Town and country planning – Planning permission – Wind turbines. Court of Session: Refusing a reclaiming motion by an appellant who had appealed against a decision by a Local Review Body (LRB) of a local authority to grant planning permission for the erection of two wind turbines near her home, the court held that the Lord Ordinary had not fallen into any error of law in refusing the appeal, and the LRB's decision letter said enough in its own terms and by reference to other material to satisfy the court that the LRB's decision was within the powers of Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 and that it complied with the relevant statutory requirements.