The four-week pre-application consultation, which closed on Friday, November 4, has generated record levels of feedback for the 17-turbine Hill of Fare proposal to the north of Banchory.
The consultation was initiated by public exhibitions in mid-October which attracted more than 370 people across four events.
It has since generated more than 360 comments forms – one of the largest number of responses ever received by RES to a UK onshore wind farm proposal.
Gavin Shirley, Development Project Manager at RES, explained: “We are delighted with the levels of engagement received from the community as we wanted to consult early with people on the proposals to maximise the potential for their comments to influence the design over the coming months.  https://www.scotsman.com/news/people/res-pleased-with-success-of-hill-of-fare-wind-farm-consultation-3928139?fbclid=IwAR07wvbCdSwx7nfja-s041tEMc6AESaf5MNQxAURsOTR2lbhE2xvVYK8BPI  
We note they are pleased with the level of engagement but shy away from mentioning whether it was a negative or positive response!!  We know the answer by the number of people from that area who have contacted SAS for help.

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