Pylons could go ahead in national parks fear CPRE

Telegraph: Nearly 300 miles of power lines will be needed over the next decade to connect new power stations to people's homes. This could mean at least 1,000 pylons through areas of great natural beauty. At the moment the National Grid, is consulting on whether it is possible to bury some of the cables underground. But the Campaign for the Protection for Rural England (CPRE) and the Campaign for National Parks fear the body in charge of the country's electricity network is not taking underground cables......

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