Palterton wind farm plan delayed

Plans for a wind farm in Derbyshire have been deferred after the scheme was revised, officials have confirmed.

In 2008, Banks Developments, also known as Losk Lane Wind Farm Ltd, applied to put five 125m (410ft) turbines in fields near Palterton.

This was later reduced to three, before a meeting of Bolsover District Council’s planning committee was told the application involved two turbines.

The council said the change meant new consultations were needed. Red tape, red tape, red tape, jobs worth, jobs worth, jobs worth. What is there to consult about? Less turbines to look at and less noise than originally planned. Yes or no?

No new date for the application to be considered has yet been set.

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