A new campaign group has been set up to fight against the spread of wind farm developments around Loch Ness.


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Stop the gravy train · April 15, 2015 at 11:08 am

“The Scottish planning process strongly promotes public engagement which enables community organisations to make representations on development proposals. This allows any stakeholder or interested parties to make their views known, which are totally ignored in the assessment of a project. In the event of a local authority erroneously refusing planning permission for any wind farm, their decision will be over-ruled by an unelected, unaccountable and anonymous reporter at the DPEA who has been hand picked and appointed by the ministers”

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