Turbines are refused over visual impact #ENG

Two applications to construct wind turbines near Bridlington have been turned down by the Planning Inspectorate after an appeal. Two appeals were lodged against East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s decision to refuse permission to build two turbines at Barmston. But the Planning Inspectorate dismissed them, because of the “impact the development would have on the character and visual amenity of the surrounding area”. He added: “There are two significant wind farms in view from much of the immediate area. “These . . .

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