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Appeal: Denbighshire wind farm would not harm landscape


Sixteen wind turbines are to be built on a site near Brenig reservoir in Wales, after an inspector declared that the landscape impact of the proposal would be no greater than a scheme that already had consent.

Inspector Kay Sheffield noted that an almost identical scheme had been approved by Denbighshire County Council in 2009, the difference being that that scheme gave consent for turbines with a maximum blade tip height of 100 metres, and the current proposal seeks to increase this to 110 metres.

Sheffield agreed that in tandem with existing and consented wind farm schemes, the proposal would.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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