View from Dylan Thomas’s home saved after turbine plans thrown out

Judge overturns Carmarthenshire council plans to install wind turbine opposite late poet’s Boathouse in west Wales

The estuary view from which Dylan Thomas gained inspiration for some of his most famous works has been preserved after a high court judge threw out plans to build a towering wind turbine opposite the late poet’s famous home.

Carmarthenshire county council had approved plans for the 147ft turbine opposite the early 19th century Boathouse in the seaside town of Laugharne, where Thomas worked in the Writing Shed looking across the Taf estuary and the Gower.

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