Parry, Clare; Cosgrove, Thomas
September 2014
Planner;Sep2014, p38
The article discusses Great Britain's onshore Mid-Wales conjoined wind farms public inquiry which considered applications for 5 large wind farms together with a related grid connection. Topics discussed include a decision of Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change to combine consideration of the applications into one large inquiry and the practicality of holding in-depth combined inquiries in Wales and whether the ultimate decisions should be take in Wales or by the British government.


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