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04/01/2017

Appeal: Javid refuses Langho solar farm

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Communities secretary Sajid Javid has dismissed an appeal for solar arrays in Langho, Lancashire, after judging that the harm to the green belt should preclude development.

Javid agreed with the planning inspector’s assessment that the proposal would introduce a development with a distinctive industrial appearance into an agricultural landscape, that the solar arrays would be alien to this countryside location, and that the scale and amount of development would result in a significant amount of built form being created.

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