A decision to block plans for a windfarm near to an historic building in Northamptonshire has been upheld by the Court of Appeal.Read the full story ›
A billion pound windfarm development off the Norfolk coast has been taken over by a Norwegian energy company.
The Sheringham Shoal windfarm is made up of 88 turbines. It's being taken over by Statkraft which was previously a joint owner of the project.
After years of protesting, residents living in a village in Norfolk have won their battle against plans for a new electricity substation.Read the full story ›
Local people and leading conservationists have won a landmark legal battle against an energy company over plans for a windfarm in Northamptonshire.
Four 90 metre turbines were to be built at Barnwell Manor, but the National Trust argued the windfarm would cause substantial harm to the views of a heritage area at Lyveden New Bield.
Today a Supreme Court judge agreed and quashed the original ruling, calling it "legally flawed".
Campaigners have won their case in the High Court to stop a windfarm being built close to an Elizabethan landmark in Northamptonshire.
Developers wanted to put up four wind turbines within a mile of Lyveden New Bield in Sudborough, but opponents, including English Heritage and The National Trust, argued they would spoil the landscape.
The judgment in a legal challenge over plans for a windfarm in Northampshire is expected to be delivered at the High Court later today.
English Heritage and the National Trust had teamed up to challenge the legality of the windfarm project at Lyveden New Bield claiming it would be harmful to the surrounding area.
Campaigners have been fighting a High Court case to stop a windfarm being built close to an Elizabethan landmark in Northamptonshire.
Developers want to put up four wind turbines within a mile of Lyveden New Bield in Sudborough, but opponents argue they would spoil the landscape
They say if they lose, the protection of other important historic sites around the country could be undermined. Claire McGlasson reports
Campaigners are fighting a High Court battle to stop a windfarm being built close to an Elizabethan country lodge in Northamptonshire.
English Heritage and the National Trust are concerned the construction of four wind turbines in Sudborough would cause substantial harm to Lyveden New Bield. The hearing is due to finish today.
A public meeting has been held for people living in a Bedfordshire village to discuss the issue of wind farms in the area.Read the full story ›
A high court judge has rejected plans for a windfarm on the edge of the Norfolk Broads.Read the full story ›