An appeal to build a 67 metre high wind turbine near Bideford has been dismissed today (Wednesday).
Planning inspector Paul Griffiths said the turbine at Eastleigh Barton by Murex Energy Ltd would have a negative impact on the listed Tapely House building.
The original plans were rejected by North Devon Council in October 2014.
Penny Mills, from Devon’s Campaign to Protect Rural England, said: “This proposal for a large commercial wind turbine at this site had been in the pipeline for some time.
There had been strong opposition to it right from the start from local residents, so I know that they will be very relieved that this will not be going ahead.”
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