Solar photovoltaic park would harm rural character and intrinsic beauty

Around 34 hectares of arrays of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels providing the equivalent of 4900 households' annual energy use have been refused permission in open countryside in Oxfordshire being held to be harmful to the appearance and character of the attractive pastoral landscape and contrary to local plan policy.

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