The developers behind a controversial £230 million offshore wind farm, which tycoon Donald Trump claims will spoil views from his golf resort, are proposing to make some turbines even taller.
The European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) has submitted new plans that would result in up to 11.5ft added to the furthest offshore of the 11 turbines in the North Sea.
Mr Trump has been embroiled in a bitter row with the Scottish Government, claiming the proposal will blight his £750m golf development at Balmedie, north of Aberdeen, which opened last month. However, the latest move is likely to further delay a decision.
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