Should controversial Glyndebourne wind turbine have been built?

Should controversial Glyndebourne wind turbine have been built?
Frozen Planet presenter, Sir David Attenborough, officially started a wind turbine at Glyndebourne recently. However, the scheme just made it though the planning process, but do you think it should have been allowed?
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