Councillors in the Scottish Borders have agreed to object to a plan for a wind farm near Tweedsmuir which has been reduced to 14 turbines.
The original proposals could have seen 27 turbines constructed at Whitelaw Brae.
Despite the reduction, councillors have decided to object to the Scottish government over the scheme.
Planning officials had concerns about the cumulative visual impact and the effect on archaeological sites.
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