A recent ruling in which the Court of Session upheld a challenge to a section 36 consent granted for a major wind farm in the Shetland Islands has cast doubt on the power of Scottish Ministers to grant consent to “non-licence holders” under the 1989 Electricity Act, an expert has said.26 Sep 2013

http://www.out-law.com/en/articles/2013/september/viking-energy-decision-on-legality-of-section-36-planning-consent-a-departure-from-industry-practice-says-expert/


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