Rowley wind turbine bid is withdrawn

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AN application to build a wind turbine on farmland near a popular walkway has been withdrawn.

A planning application was lodged late last year with Durham County Council for a single wind turbine at Lindisfarne Farm in the village of Rowley, near Castleside.

The 15-metre tall turbine was proposed for a site in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, around 1km from the Waskerley Way.

However, council planning officials confirmed this week that the application has now been withdrawn.

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2:16pm Thu 13 Feb 14

oliviaden6 says...

Good news these wind farms are a blot on the landscape. They should be banned for ever. They spoil and mar our country views and spoil the fantastic views out to sea, do we really need them we as tax payers are paying these green energy firms millions and for what? The only people getting anything out of them are the developers and suppliers. The technology is not proven.
Good news these wind farms are a blot on the landscape. They should be banned for ever. They spoil and mar our country views and spoil the fantastic views out to sea, do we really need them we as tax payers are paying these green energy firms millions and for what? The only people getting anything out of them are the developers and suppliers. The technology is not proven. oliviaden6

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