Today at Aberdeen Sheriff Court, expenses were awarded to Andrew Milne’s team up to and including the last Hearing in May. Today’s Hearing has been continued till 26 September to allow Stuartfield Windpower Ltd to do more noise testing on the turbines. Andrew Milne + Others – Update on Noise Nuisance Case
By Clare Symonds on Jul 12, 2018 04:16 pm Last month we sent an open letter to the Minister, it was signed by 87 community and environmental organisations and academics (others continue to ask to add their names). We said that the one key theme of our collective experience is that people feel very
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Planning and Environmental Appeals Division’s annual review of its performance for 2017 to 2018. https://beta.gov.scot/publications/planning-and-environmental-review-annual-review-2017-2018/
Blue Energy is undertaking assessment and design work on a wind farm proposal on land on the Kintyre Peninsula approximately 10 kilometres (km) north of Carradale and 18 km south of Tarbert, Agryll and Bute. Arcus Consultancy Services (Arcus) has prepared a Scoping Report for the Development, detailing the aspects and the methodologies proposed for
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Stuartfield Windpower Ltd appealed the Sheriff’s decision (below). Another Hearing has been scheduled for 2 August. The Sheriff has determined in a written judgment that the Milnes have been subjected to a Statutory Nuisance as a result of noise emanating from a 3 turbine wind cluster, the nearest turbine being just 420m from their home.
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The Scottish Government’s new Planning Act for Scotland has completed Stage 1 consideration in the Scottish Parliament and is expected to complete its Parliamentary process to become law by the end of 2018. This conference is timed to coincide with the passing of the new Act into law. It will examine the content of the
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Decision by Robert Seaton, a Reporter appointed by the Scottish Ministers Planning appeal reference: PPA-270-2147 Site address: land 1810 metres south of Blairmore Farm, Kiltarlity, Inverness, IV4 7HT Appeal by Druim Ba Sustainable Energy Limited against the failure by the Highland Council to issue a decision within the prescribed period. Application
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Wind Farm (Generating station increase of >10 < 100 MW Capacity) Max Total MW Of Development Applied For: 48 Max Turbine Height: 200 Number Of Turbines Applied For: 11 http://www.energyconsents.scot/ApplicationSearch.aspx