In particular, English Heritage wants more information on visual impact to nearby heritage sites, Natural England want more info on the likely effects on local bat and bird populations, whilst other parties want to know more about the envisaged access and maintenance roads that will be needed to build and maintain the turbines.
Rambling groups, RSPB and dept's within the council itself are also asking for more information.
Perhaps we need to start exploring smaller, less visible turbines? Although the output may be reduced, by adding more (surely a safe planning bet given the height / visual aspect seems to always crop up), then overall output of a planned site could just about be maintained?
photo credit: tumbleweed