Residents have expressed concern about the inevitable "eyesore" of a new solar power farm that will be protected by security fencing
Proposals for the first-ever solar-power farm in North Lincolnshire, which will occupy a ten-acre space at Trentside in Keadby, have not gone down well with locals who are not only worried about the impact that construction will have on the area, but also the visual impact of security fencing
, reported the Telegraph.
One resident, who didn't want to be named, told the newspaper that many people were against the development of the solar panels.
They said: "My son lives opposite the field, so if they are accepted they will be a complete eyesore for him. I have lived in Keadby for 18 years and it seems we are the only area to get these industrial sites."
The council is expected give the go ahead for the £2 million investment in solar power by Parkside Luxury homes next month when they meet.
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is expected to be an important part of the £40 million tidal energy project from the Scottish government, which was announced in March.
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