Wind farm development - A Note on some recent legal issues for decision makers

Thu, 19 Jan 2012

Onshore wind, and energy infrastructure generally, is a form of development which gives rise to strongly held views, on all sides. Resolving the competing environmental and policy issues is difficult enough, but this form of development also has a propensity to attract legal challenge. (...please click the link below to read more)
 
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