Project will face public enquiry after Dundee councillors object to plans

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Plans for a Gordon Murray Architects-designed biomass plant in Dundee have been rejected by the city’s councillors.

The Forth Energy scheme to build a 100MW plant was objected to by 20 councillors to six at a vote yesterday.

The councillors’ objections centre on the building’s size, energy output and potential impact on public health.

The project will now face a public enquiry.

Forth Energy is considering its position.