Romney Marsh Wind farm would harm

Plans to build a 26-turbine wind farm on Kent's Romney Marsh would harm protected bird species, wildlife protection organisations warned this week. At the opening of a public inquiry into energy company Npower Renewable's application to build the turbines near the village of Brookland, English Nature and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds claimed that the firm had been unable to show that its scheme would not harm nearby wildlife sites.

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