Environmental law – Statutory nuisance – Wind farm – Noise. Sheriff Court: In a summary application in which the pursuers alleged statutory nuisance caused by noise emanating from three wind turbines operated by the defender on land in the vicinity of their home, the court held that the combined effect of the volume and character of the turbine noise which the pursuers had experienced, according to their evidence, was something no reasonable person ought to be expected to tolerate: it was a nuisance at common law and was therefore a statutory nuisance in terms of s 79(1)(g) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.