E.ON, one of the
The initial planning application for a 6.9MW, three-turbine wind farm was made in May 2006 and rejected in August 2008 following a tie-break decision in which the council chairman cast the deciding vote.
‘We firmly believe that Tedder Hill is an ideal location for a wind farm,’ said Jonn Barnes, project developer for E.ON in the
E.ON, which has 1,300MW of renewable capacity under development, claims the site could provide enough power for up to 3,800 homes and displace 7,790 tonnes of CO2 annually.
The appeal could lead to a public inquiry with a final decision expected later this year.