Radar set to scupper Nafferton wind turbine plan
NAFFERTON: Plans for a wind turbine at a village farm look set to be rejected because it would cause unacceptable interference to a Ministry of Defence (MoD) radar.
The scheme, for land north west of Grange Farm, Wold Road, has also prompted objections from half-a-dozen nearby residents.
Objectors claim wind turbine developments are destroying the Yorkshire Wolds but two letters of support have also been submitted by residents living nearby.
East Riding Council's planning committee will be advised to refuse planning permission.
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In a report to go before the committee on Thursday, planners say the principle of installing a wind turbine at the location is considered acceptable but it would create unacceptable levels of interference to the MoD radar in Staxton Wold.