Radar row at Middlesbrough FC threatens football wind farm plan

Plan to build a a 136m wind turbine at Riverside Stadium held up by dispute over possible interference with aircraft at Durham Tees Valley airport

A row over aircraft safety near Middlesbrough’s home ground is blocking a plan to install wind turbines at top football clubs around the country.

Robert Goodwill, the aviation minister, is among those sucked into the increasingly acrimonious dispute that has stopped the first turbine – a 136-metre installation at Riverside stadium –being built.

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