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Appeal: Wind farm allowed at Loch Ness despite concerns over 19km access track

Loch Ness / iStock: 184399702

A reporter has approved plans for 14 new wind turbines with a 19-kilometre access track next to Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands – rejecting claims that the scheme would ‘encircle’ the loch.

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