PEOPLE living near the site of a proposed five-turbine wind farm will be able to see plans of the development at an exhibition.
The wind farm could be built at Temple Hill, between Brandon and Stubton near Sleaford.
Designs for the project will be displayed on Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29.
The event will held at Stubton Village Hall in Fenton Road, Stubton.
Staff from the developer RWE npower renewables will be present to answer questions.
The company said the exhibition was a chance for the public to have their say on the idea.
Spokesman Sarah Lee said: “We find public exhibitions are a great way for us to meet with those living locally and listen to their ideas and comments which could help us to shape the final design of the proposed wind farm.
“As a responsible developer, it is important for us to build a relationship with the local community.
“We have already sent letters out to local residents, met with the local parish councils, put information on our website and responded to all enquiries we have had. The public exhibition is the next step and we look forward to meeting everyone.”
Information on access routes and a potential £300,000 community fund will be provided at the event.
There will also be photographs and a 3D model of the wind farm.
Paul Miley, of local the opposition group reVOLT, fears the approval of the proposals could pave the way for more turbines the area.
Other activists also say the 126.5m turbines would destroy the landscape and would be visible from Lincoln.
The exhibition will be on between 4pm and 7pm on Friday, September 28 and between 10am and 4pm on Saturday, September 29.