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Outrage after pigeons nest under council solar panels


Town hall bosses are in a flap as they pay out £360,000 on mesh to protect solar panels from pigeons

  • Nottingham City Council has spent £360k to deter pigeons from solar panels 
  • Officials received 300 complaints from residents about the birds nesting 
  • The guano can diminish the amount of sunlight captured by the panels 
  • The council fitted solar panels to more than 3,000 homes across the city  

A council that fitted solar panels on thousands of homes to meet green targets is having to spend more than £360,000 on wire mesh to deter pigeons.

Nottingham City Council received more than 300 complaints from its tenants about birds nesting under the panels.

As well as being a noise nuisance, the pigeons caused leaking roofs and blocked the gutters, while their…



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