Greenbelt solar farm harm not outweighed by benefits of renewable electricity

A solar farm planned on over 14ha of grade 3b agricultural land in the Surrey green belt would involve an inappropriate form of development which would also significantly reduce the openness of the area, an inspector ruled, also concluding that the benefit of generating electricity from a renewable source did not outweigh this harm.

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