Plymouth’s public protection unit has been called to investigate the complaints of residents near Coombe Dean school, Plymouth, about the school’s 20-metre wind turbines.
During the three-year battle over the turbines, they were initially refused planning permission by Plymouth City Council, which was later overturned by a Government Inspector.
After numerous complaints about the noise and flicker, council leader and ward councillor Vivien Pengelly told the Plymouth Herald: “Our public protection unit will now conduct a monitoring exercise to establish what the noise level is.”
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