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No excuses at all for the mud on this road

THROUGH your paper I would like to complain about the mud on the road from the works in Owls Hatch Road near Herne Bay. As a former site manager who has worked all over the country and have experience in putting in service roads, they have to be put in properly if not the mud will work its way through …

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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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