The proposed Development is anticipated to comprise approximately 16 turbines up to 200m to blade tip, with associated infrastructure, battery storage, and ancillary services infrastructure.

 21 Mar 2019

SAS Volunteer

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Mr Maurice McPhillimey · May 18, 2019 at 4:52 pm

I live just North of this proposed Wind Farm, this is the first I’ve heard of it.
When “Save Scotland for Straiton” won the fight against Knockskae Wind Farm, South Ayrshire Council stated there is enough Wind Farms in South Ayrshire. Then will not approve anymore. So why is this one getting fast tracked. Also within the boundaries of Galloway Galloway National Forest and within the Boundaries of the Dark Sky Project ???.
I believe this is enough evidence to put against this application…

    SAS Volunteer · May 19, 2019 at 10:55 am

    Maurice, this is a section 36 windfarm (over 50MW). It will therefore be decided by the Scottish Government not the Council. If the Council object then a public inquiry will be held and the Council and members of the public as well as any other statutory consultees will get a chance to have their say at the Inquiry.

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