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Rudge Hill Solar Farm (Solar , Active)

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Location in the UK : England, Rivers Corner Sturminster Newton Dorset    
Type of installation: Solar    on/offshore: on
Solar Panels :0  Capacity : 0 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: October 2013

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2013 - Lightsource appealing against planning refusal.
Near Broad Oak

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Project Info
RUDGE HILL Solar Farm Dorset - 1 MWp

article re planning appeal:

Sturminster Newton residents oppose solar park plans at appeal hearing
Park Farm Iwerne Minster, RUDGE HILL Farm Broad Oak Sturminster Newton

Sturminster Newton residents oppose solar park plans at appeal hearing
PLANS for a solar park at RUDGE HILL Farm near Broad Oak in Sturminster Newton were considered at an informal hearing in Blandford last week.

Solar site farmer backs energy plan: RUDGE HILL Farm
Michael Rose of RUDGE HILL Farm near Sturminster Newton was responding to objections from people living near the field chosen by Lightsource Renewable Energy Ltd for a 7,000 panel solar farm.

©2017 Simon Mallett

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©2017 Simon Mallett