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Denmark: High court rules on compensation for noise from wind turbines

Environment & Climate Change – Denmark High Court rules on compensation for noise from wind turbines September 01 2014 Background Depending on their location, wind turbines can cause noise, visual interference and light reflections. These issues are governed by public and private law, including neighbour law. The main rules regarding noise from wind turbines can […]

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UK — High Court blocks plans for giant wind farm

Tom Bawden – The Independent — March 8,  2013 The High Court has blocked plans for a giant wind farm at the Duke of Gloucester’s Barnwell Manor in Northamptonshire after English Heritage and the National Trust challenged the development. West Coast Energy had planned to build four 300ft turbines on farmland belonging to Barnwell Manor […]

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UK — The day villagers blew wind turbines away

Victory for the little man as High Court rules in favour of preserving the landscape Tamara Cohen — Daily Mail — May 29, 2012 Proposal for 350ft turbines rejected by council and government inspectors Judge rules building four turbines on edge of Norfolk Broads would harm character and appearance Residents fight ‘overdevelopment’ in picturesque countryside […]

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