Plans for a 79 metre wind turbine near Beaworthy have been granted on appeal after they were originally rejected by planners last year.
The planning officer at West Devon Borough Council originally recommended granting the application for the turbine at Hole Farm in the Lew Valley, but councillors on the planning and licensing committee turned down the application in April 2013. It was brought before the committee by Lew Valley ward member Cllr James McInnes.
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