Campaigners against potential wind turbines near Seaton Carew say they are disappointed after a government appointed inspector opened the door to them.
Proposals by Hartlepool Borough Council to earmark land on Brenda Road, Hartlepool, in their new Local Plan for up to four new onshore turbines at a maximum height of 325ft have been supported.
A final report by planning inspector David Spencer, appointed to examine the soundness of the 15-year town planning blueprint, says the site is suitable.
The location was opposed by the Seaton Carew Wind Turbine Action Association and by Seaton ward… read more
Originally appeared in Government planning chief opens door to new wind turbines in Hartlepool