Government officials have been told they must not allow the expansion of a Speyside windfarm for fear it would have a catastrophic impact upon some of Moray’s finest landscapes.

The authority’s planning officers have objected to proposals that would see seven new turbines, each 500 feet tall, erected to the east of Paul’s Hill.

A windfarm has been in operation on the Ballindalloch site since 2006, with 28 turbines generating energy for Fred Olson Renewables.

Objection to be lodged by Moray Council over controversial Speyside windfarm


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