Case Law >> Wind farm wars
Colleen Theron and Deirdre Lyons detail a Court of Appeal decision imposing a new obligation to ensure acceptable noise levels from wind turbinesThe Court of Appeal (CA) has upheld the decision of an inspector concerning appropriate “amplitude modulation” (AM) or “blade swish” noise levels in Hulme v Secretary of State for Communities and Loca
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