Large County Durham unit includes wind farm

Shirley, Andrew
May 2007
Farmers Weekly;5/25/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 21, p80
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The article reports on the sale of the High Hedley Hope Farm owned by Colin and Vivien Whitfield in County Durham, England through Andrew Entwhistle of George F White. The 759-acre wind farm is priced by Entwhistle at £3.25 million and has divided it into six lots. Phase One of the development consists of three turbines run by EDF Energy, priced at £355,000. The next stage includes a five-bedroom house, a bungalow, and an extensive range of buildings and 267 acres.


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