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Planning Review Body Rejects Forss Wind Farm Extension

19th July 2012

Highland Councillors who are members of the Planning Review body rejected the application to extend the Forss wind farm with anther five turbines. Councillors on the review body visited the site on Thursday 19th July 2012 and decided that the planners had previously made the correct decision based on the intrusion to the views in the area.

RES UK and Ireland Limited must now decide if they will take the issue further.

The decision by councillors was unanimous.

 

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