Scotland’s nature agency is standing in the way of insurance giant Aviva gaining consent to erect a 77 metre high wind turbine in Perth on its second attempt.

Scottish Ministers overruled local councillors who granted Aviva permission to position a turbine at Pitheavlis on appeal two years ago after Historic Environment Scotland (HES) said the development would have “a significant adverse impact” on the setting of the company’s A-listed office buildings.

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