TWO wind turbines stretching 46 metres into the air could be erected in Little Neston.
In March a mysterious mast appeared in a field at the top of Little Neston.
And last month a planning application was made for the erection of two turbines measuring 31.4 metres to the top of the hub and 46.4 metres to the tips of the blades.
The turbines would be built on land north of Mill Lane between Cuckoo Lane and Woodfall Lane.
The application has been made by the University of Liverpool so the turbines can power its school of veterinary science at Leahurst.
Cabling will run at least 60cm underground across fields before passing under the Wirral Way and Chester High Road, making its way to a transformer at Leahurst, where the power generated will be turned into electricity.
Residents have until Thursday, July 26, to make formal comments on the application itself, which can be found on the council’s website.
A decision will be made by planners by Tuesday, August 21.