"it was always a ridiculously stupid place to put giant turbines. Houses were close by. The landscape chosen was an important amenity for the local community. A village church would be blighted. Unless it is now thought that human lives and the quality of countryside can, by the general nature of things, count for nothing beside the demands of energy, the plan should have been a non-starter."
Does this remind you of anywhere? Common sense prevailed, as it certainly will in Hempnall.
Click here for a link to the Independent's report.