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".
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