Autistic boy’s parents fear planned windfarm will harm their son
The parents of a severely autistic boy are forcing a green-energy firm to backtrack on plans to site wind turbines near their Aberdeenshire home.
Marie and Gary Paterson objected to the proposals because they are worried about the impact they would have on their 13-year-old son, Ross.
Turriff-based Muirden Energy has now agreed to look again at its plans for two 150ft turbine towers and consider moving them farther from the couple’s home.
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