Wind Turbine Case settles and Wind Turbine Bill progresses through Parliament
A landmark private nuisance case against a wind farm has reached an out-of-court settlement. The settlement terms, reached, without a court decision, is strictly confidential. This has been welcomed by wind turbine owners operators and developers who might have faced further claims if a publicly available court ruling had been made.
The Wind Turbines (Minimum Distances from Residential Premises) Bill, which has been introduced to address the increasing number of complaints against onshore wind turbines, is currently being reviewed by the House of Lords. The Bill will provide a minimum distance that wind turbines must be located away from residential premises.
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