Dorenell Wind Farm Extension & Variation – Withdrawn

Case Type:  Development Project Type:  Wind Farm (Generating station increase of >100 <200 MW Capacity) Project Name:  Dorenell Wind Farm Extension & Variation Status:  Withdrawn ECU Reference:  EC00003111 Planning Authority:   Moray Council Applicant:  Nick Sage Infinergy Ltd 16, West Borough, Wimbourne, BH21 1XB enquiries@infinergy.co.uk Application Received Date:  12 Dec 2014 Application Detemined Date:  18
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Data Protection Legislation Changes 2018

Many of you will be aware that new Data Protection legislation is being introduced on May 25th 2018 bringing in tighter regulation about how your information is kept and used by third parties. In order to comply with this new legislation, we are currently reviewing our Data Protection procedures and will shortly be contacting all
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Highland council to defend refusing planning to wind farm due to ‘visual impact’ – Press and Journal

By Scott MacLennan Lawyers yesterday urged Highland Council to change its objections for its refusal of planning permission for a 19 turbine wind farm in Caithness. The move followed the removal of the RSPB charity’s own objections to the development. Now with the application due to be reviewed at an inquiry in Lybster, the council
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Start of Inquiry – Sneddon Law Windfarm

The Inquiry into the Community Windpower Ltd appeal against the Enforcement Notice issued by East Ayrshire Council in relation to the Sneddon Law Windfarm gets underway on Tuesday 24 April at 10am in the Fenwick Hotel, near Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire. http://www.dpea.scotland.gov.uk/CaseDetails.aspx?id=118213 The Reporter considers that, given the nature of this inquiry, it is necessary for
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Time to apply context to renewables debate – Herald (letters)

  EVERY now and then one of your readers will write on the subject of renewable energy. This usually prompts a response after the letter by other regular readers (they know who they are) decrying such renewable sources as “windmills” (sic), with “the huge amount of concrete and steel used in their construction “not to
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Study of wind turbine effects on seabirds ‘very optimistic interpretation’ of data, RSPB says – Energy Voice

The Scottish division of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has hit out against a study published today on the risk to seabirds through collision with offshore wind turbines, calling the findings a “very optimistic interpretation of data”. https://www.energyvoice.com/otherenergy/169267/study-of-wind-turbine-effect-on-seabirds-very-optimistic-interpretation-of-data-say-rspb/

Scot-Govt disregard local objections and give go-ahead for new wind turbine parc in Ayrshire – SEN

The Scot-Govt has approved a planning application to build a new wind-power electricity generation station in Ayrshire. The government said that the development is in line with its Scottish national planning guidelines to encourage renewable energy investments. In a first-round application to the local planning board at East Ayrshire Council, Durham-based developer Banks Renewables agreed
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