People living in the East Yorkshire village of Bempton are celebrating after plans for two wind turbine schemes have been dealt blows.
The plan for 20.3m high turbine on higher ground to the south of the village was withdraw after an objection by the Ministry of Defence.
The MoD also objected to building a 24.5m turbine within the Flamborough Heritage Coast Protection Area.
A decision is due later on proposals to build a 70 metre tall wind turbine in the village of Rudston near Driffield. Campaigners say it will ruin the ancient landscape, which has remained untouched for centuries.
The village boasts the birth and resting place of Yorkshire author Winifred Holtby and home to the Rudston Monolith - the tallest standing stone in England. But campaigners say all of this could be compromised because of plans to build a 70m tall wind turbine on the horizon.
The proposal was submitted by James Morley from WD Sellers and Sons, who wants an environmentally friendly way to power his farm.
Plans for a wind turbine in Flamborough which would have stood 34 metres high have been withdrawn after more than 650 objections were made by locals and visitors to the area.
The Ministry of Defence, Natural England and English Heritage also opposed the plan for Hartendale farm and within 250m of the cliffs, which they argued would interfere with RAF radars and damage local wildlife and coastal views.
Local people are concerned about plans for wind turbines near the Chatsworth Estate.
People protesting against plans to build wind turbines along the East Yorkshire coastline have taken to the streets today. They gathered outside Beverely council offices to demonstrate against proposals.They say the plans for turbines would damage the Flamborough heritage coast.
Protesters have demonstrated outside a planning meeting this lunchtime in an attempt to protect the East Yorkshire coastline against wind turbines.
People living near the proposed site in Rudston say the plans for turbines more than a hundred feet high would damage the Flamborough heritage coast.
The campaign against the scheme is being backed by villagers from nearby Bempton, who successfully opposed similar plans earlier this year.