Developers have dramatically withdrawn a planning application for Hill of
Braco windfarm, north of Hatton, just days before it was due to go before
councillors on the Cuchan Area Committee.

PNE Wind UK say the decision is to give them further time to consider
comments by key stakeholders and local residents.

The proposals, for an eight-turbine windfarm, have been the subject of more
than two years of scientific studies and community consultation.

In response to questions raised by statutory consultees, the plans have
been withdrawn from Aberdeenshire Council’s planning system to ensure that
the company can continue discussions to address key questions regarding the
proposals.

The Hill of Braco application has attracted more than 1,000 objections.


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