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Landlord in solar farm fury over muddy trucks

Share & Coulter’s lunchtime trade ‘has been destroyed’ THE building of a giant solar farm and the closure of a nearby road, is losing his pub business, says a landlord. Trevor and Claire Robinson run the Share & Coulter in Owls Hatch Road, south of Herne Bay, close to the 200-acre solar farm being developed by British Solar Renewables. The …

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Herne Bay landlord blames solar farm for lost trade

The building of a giant solar farm and the closure of a nearby road is costing his pub business, a landlord says. Trevor and Claire Robinson run the Share & Coulter on Owls Hatch Road, south of Herne Bay and close to the 200-acre solar farm being developed by British Solar Renewables. The development was approved last month by Canterbury city …

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Field of panels approval slated by city councillor

Disappointment at green light for new 200-acre solar farm THE decision to approve a vast solar farm south of Herne Bay has been criticised by a city councillor. More than 200 acres of countryside next to Owl’s Hatch Road are to be covered by rows of 2.4-metre panels, forming one of the largest solar farms in the country. The scheme …

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Solar farm at Owl’s Hatch Road near Herne given go-ahead

One of Britain’s biggest solar farms – capable of powering the whole of Herne Bay – has controversially won planning permission. The scheme, on land near Herne, will cover 212 acres – an area the equivalent of almost 150 football pitches. Developers claim their complex of photovoltaic panels will generate enough electricity to supply 14,000 homes. Rows of panels standing 2.4 metres …

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IN BRIEF

Pothole works Kent County Council will be holding a public meeting tomorrow night to reveal plans about roadworks in Sea Street. The works are set to begin in May and will replace the existing potholed surface at a cost of £170,000. UKIP county councillors Brian MacDowall and Nicholas Bond had made the improvements their number one priority when they were …

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