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Appeal: Wind turbines and homes proposal judged sustainable

Housing and wind turbines

An inspector has granted permission for three houses with three associated wind turbines at Beach Drove in Suffolk, after disagreeing that the appeal site should be considered isolated.

Inspector RW Allen noted that the site is a parcel of undeveloped land, adjacent to existing housing and enclosed on three sides by a bund.

As it is considered to be outside of the settlement boundary of Beck Row and separated from its facilities and services by open countryside, the council argued that the proposed properties would be isolated. Allen disagreed with this assessment, findi.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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