Credit: April 05, 2013 |
The Government has overturned a decision to refuse planning permission for eight 115-metre wind turbines and a substation near Louth.
East Lindsey Districy Council refused the applcation for the Gayton Wind Farm at Carlton Grange, Thacker Bank, last June – which attracted local opposition.
However, following an investigation in January this year, the Government’s Planning Inspectorate has overturned the decision, meaning the wind farm will now go ahead.
See Monday’s Grimsby Telegraph for the full story.
April 05, 2013 |
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