Power firm chiefs refuse to confirm Lake District will escape pylons plan

Power firm chiefs refuse to confirm Lake District will escape pylons plan
 

Bosses at the power firm National Grid have refused to confirm reports that they have ditched plans to erect huge pylons in the Lake District.
There were unconfirmed reports at the weekend that the firm has revised its plans for high-voltage power lines that will carry electricity from the new nuclear power plant that is to be built at Moorside, near Sellafield.
Plans for the 160ft high pylons across the western Lake District triggered a furious response from opponents – including the celebrated UK based American author Bill Bryson, who has said such a superb landscape should be cherished.... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 22
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