from bbc news Councillors have refused plans for a wind farm south of Hawick due to concerns over its landscape impact. Infinis UK wanted to put up nine turbines in the Windy Edge project north of Hermitage Castle. The project had attracted more than 300 letters of opposition, along with more than 100 in support of the scheme. Planning officials recommended refusal, saying it would be "incongruous and anachronistic". Councillors voted by six to two to reject the proposals. Supporters of the scheme claimed the turbines would have less of an impact on the landscape than forestry, and that it would help combat climate change. Opponents believed there would be adverse visual impacts on areas like Hermitage Castle and the wider landscape.
24 Jun '15
huge dividend and future potential.
11 Jun '15
Windpower generation was UP in May
http://www.edie.net/news/6/Renewables-electricity-surge-sparks-support-for-onshore-wind/ Makes sense to harness the Jet Stream. Surely a sensible government will see this.
4 Jun '15
Who is the buyer?
MSF shorting on the back of Terra Firma selling. Wouldn't have much faith in either of them as it looks like TF shares are being snapped? But who by?
28 May '15
massive divi,company in profit and non exec director from TF stepping down to manage withdrawl=found a buyer??
28 May '15
No progress on Terra Firma sale
Solid results, massive dividend but share price will not reflect true value until Terra Firma are out of the way. It's very irritating that the process to find an exit is taking so long.
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