Supreme Court ‘video on demand’ service – Trump International Golf Club Scotland Limited and another (Appellants) v The Scottish Ministers (Respondents) (Scotland)

 UK Supreme Court proceedings can now be viewed any time, any place, with the launch of an on-demand archive of past hearings to complement the court’s existing live streaming service. Lawyers, law students and anyone interested in the workings of the highest court in the land will now be able to watch hearings of cases
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Advice Note- Planning Decisions: Changes to Judicial Review Procedure

>http://www.brodies.com/knowledge-bank/legal-updates/advice-note-planning-decisions-changes-to-judicial-review-procedure > > 14.09.15 > > From 22 September 2015 there are changes to judicial review procedure in the Court of Session: > > Introduction of a 3 month time limit to apply for judicial review > A new requirement for the Court to give permission for the application to proceed > > Which planning
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Scottish Natural Heritage consults on guidelines to protect marine wildlife from tidal turbines

New guidance from Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) to help the offshore renewables industry ensure the right development goes in the right place has gone out to public consultation. High energy tidal environments are attractive to marine mammals, fish and diving birds, and are used as locations for tidal stream energy projects. Operational tidal turbines may
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Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) Customer Survey 2015

Why Research has been commissioned to undertake an online survey among their customers. Here is the link to this confidential survey, which is hosted by Why Research, an independent market research company. https://whyresearch.researchfeedback.net/wh/s.asp?k=144172090510 This questionnaire should take around 8 minutes to complete and we would be grateful if you could submit your response no later
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Feed in Tariff Consultation

This consultation proposes a set of measures to control costs under the Feed-in Tariff, including revised tariffs based on updated technology cost data, a more stringent degression mechanism and deployment caps leading to the phased closure of the scheme in 2018-19.   Have your say: https://econsultation.decc.gov.uk/office-for-renewable-energy-deployment-ored/fit-review-2015

Construction to start at Den Brook Wind Farm – Crediton Courier

MP SAYS TURBINES WILL ‘DISFIGURE SOME OF OUR MOST BEAUTIFUL LOCAL LANDSCAPE’ WORK to construct Den Brook Wind Farm, a nine turbine project between North Tawton, Spreyton and Bow in West Devon, will begin on Monday, August 17, developer RES (Renewable Energy Systems Ltd) has confirmed – but Mel Stride, MP for Central Devon, says
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