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Appeal: Carlisle wind turbine would not harm residential amenity

Great Orton

Communities secretary Greg Clark has approved an application for the erection of one wind turbine plus ancillary development in Great Orton, Carlisle, after deciding that the community's concerns about residential amenity and noise impact had been properly addressed.

The appeal was recovered for Clark’s determination as it raised “important or novel issues of development control and/or legal difficulties”.

Clark concurred with inspector Brian Cook’s assessment that the appeal site and wider adjacent area is characterised by wind turbines, noting that the proposed turbine would continue an existing line of six turbines.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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