If home was an ""alien structure on the landscape"", when will the turbines disappear
I READ the article about John Gawthorp s home being demolished because the Planning Inspectorate deemed it an alien structure in the landscape . If this is true of a structure that would only be visible in the immediate area, why has planning permission
I READ the article about John Gawthorp's home being demolished because the Planning Inspectorate deemed it "an alien structure in the landscape".
If this is true of a structure that would only be visible in the immediate area, why has planning permission been given for the numerous wind turbines that are alien structures in the landscape visible for miles?
I look forward to the demolition of these alien structures the landscape.
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