Press articles re the proposed Fasnakyle Windfarm….
The wpd website is showing a news release with the title “Public misled by ‘conservation village’ title”. In it they attack the Forestry Commission for having erected signs on the approach to Tomich using the words ‘conservation village’ and infer that the Forestry Commission, together with objectors to their proposed development who used that wording, […]
Fantastic news today!! The Scottish Government’s Reporter has today rejected wpd’s application and appeal. This was always the wrong place for a wind farm and the decision is a triumph for common-sense and people power. The Reporter has taken on board many of the points that you raised in your individual objections and every objection […]
The Beinn Mhor wind farm application is now with the Scottish Government’s Directorate for Planning and Environmental Appeals (DPEA) for determination. The Highland Council has recommended rejection of the application based primarily on concerns about the construction access route into and through the Conservation Village of Tomich. We remain optimistic that good sense will prevail […]
After several delays the Beinn Mhor Wind Farm application will be considered by The Highland Council’s South Planning Committee on Tuesday February 24th following a ‘site’ visit by Planning Committee members scheduled for Monday February 23rd. Two extensions were granted by Highland Council to the developer (wpd) to allow them time to address questions from […]
It has just been announced that another 17 turbine wind farm this side of Drumnadrochit, near Balnain is being planned by a development company called Force 9 Energy. This is in the vicinity of Cnoc an Eas hill, and lies to the north of Loch Meiklie. The wind farm would comprise of up to 17 […]
Article from the Daily Mail that makes very interesting reading! Click image to enlarge.
Amendment to Beinn Mhor Proposal – More Action Needed Over 1000 objections to the Highland Council Wpd has amended its Beinn Mhor proposal and deleted turbine number 7. This turbine was stuck out on its own and was probably always available for sacrifice in wpd’s planning. In conjunction with this wpd has filed additional Environmental […]
IF YOU REALLY WANT TO STOP THIS WIND FARM PLEASE OBJECT NOW or OBJECT AGAIN! Make your voice heard – you have the opportunity to object, or to object again! Individual objections must be received at Highland Council by midnight on Monday 25th August in order to be considered. For those of you who haven’t […]
Following its initial review of wpd’s planning application and Environmental Statement, Highland Council (HC) requested some additional information from wpd. The major component was an Indicative Construction Traffic Method Statement to provide clarification and more detail on the changes required to roads and related infrastructure. This additional information was provided by wpd on July 14 […]