How applicants and communities are responding to new wind farm tests

The government has taken further steps to meet a manifesto commitment to 'halt the spread of onshore wind farms', but emerging evidence suggests that developers and communities are finding ways to navigate the tough new rules.

by Susie Sell and Jamie Carpenter
Onshore wind projects: a group of authorities are including wind energy zones in their emerging local plans
Onshore wind projects: a group of authorities are including wind energy zones in their emerging local plans

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