Credit: 21 March 2013 |
A County Durham MP is handing a petition to Parliament, opposing the growth of windfarms in the county.
Around 150 signatures have been collected from people living around the village of Wingate, where proposals for five turbines have ben put forward.
The Sedgefield MP Phil Wilson says his constituents are not ‘nimbies’. He says the county already has a large number of windfarms and cannot cope with more.
21 March 2013 |
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