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These news and opinion items are gathered by National Wind Watch to help keep readers informed about developments related to industrial wind energy. They are the products of the organizations or individuals noted and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of National Wind Watch.


November 16, 2018 • ScotlandPrint storyE-mail story

Hundreds say no to more turbines in Dumfriesshire

Hundreds of people have signed a petition against plans for a major windfarm near Penpont. Sanquhar II Community Windfarm would see 50 turbines built on the site, designed to extend the existing development to the north. The decision will lie with Scottish Government planners. The petition urging them to throw out the plans has already hit 276 signatures since being published online on Friday. The page, run by Penpont’s Susan Hall, claims the development would have an “unacceptable landscape and . . . Complete story »


November 15, 2018 • ScotlandPrint storyE-mail story

Windfarm: Bid for new turbines lodged

An application for planning permission to create a 14-turbine windfarm between Coalburn and Douglas has been lodged with South Lanarkshire Council. The bid to get the go-ahead to build the Cumberhead Windfarm has been made by Mr Charles Williams, C/o Linden House, Wrexham Road, Mold, Wales. Two of the proposed turbines will be around 540ft high and the remaining 12 around 450ft high. The windfarm, if approved, would have a maximum output of 50 megawatts. The application includes the creation . . . Complete story »


November 15, 2018 • ScotlandPrint storyE-mail story

Claim by Stornoway Trust that crofters’ wind farm development could undermine economic case

The economic case for an interconnector transmission cable to the islands ‘is in danger of being undermined by delays and uncertainties’ caused by a rival wind farm plan proposed by four Lewis crofting townships, according to The Stornoway Trust. The Trust is warning that unless Lewis Wind Power’s (LWP) plans can now proceed unhindered, the future of large-scale wind farm development on the islands could be at risk. The claims, part of a statement issued this week by Factor to . . . Complete story »


November 14, 2018 • ScotlandPrint storyE-mail story

Appeal against Newton Mearns windfarm rejection fails

An appeal against a decision to reject plans for a new windfarm in East Renfrewshire has been kicked out. Moorhouse Windfarm Ltd had tried three times to get the green light for six turbines in Newton Mearns, between Shieldhill Farm and Moor Road. However, the proposals were snubbed after aviation chiefs claimed they could lose track of planes over the site. East Renfrewshire Council knocked back the plans in March this year, when the National Air Traffic Service (NATS) claimed . . . Complete story »


November 13, 2018 • ScotlandPrint storyE-mail story

Objection to be lodged by Moray Council over controversial Speyside windfarm

Government officials have been told they must not allow the expansion of a Speyside windfarm for fear it would have a catastrophic impact upon some of Moray’s finest landscapes. The authority’s planning officers have objected to proposals that would see seven new turbines, each 500 feet tall, erected to the east of Paul’s Hill. A windfarm has been in operation on the Ballindalloch site since 2006, with 28 turbines generating energy for Fred Olson Renewables. And the energy giant has . . . Complete story »


November 13, 2018 • ScotlandPrint storyE-mail story

‘More turbines would result in catastrophe’

Government officials have been told they must not allow the expansion of a Speyside wind farm for fear it could have a catastrophic impact upon some of Moray’s finest landscapes. The authority’s planning officers have objected to proposals that would see seven new turbines, each 500ft tall, erected to the east of Paul’s Hill. A wind farm has been in operation on the Ballindalloch site since 2006, with 28 turbines generating energy for Fred Olsen Renewables. The energy giant has . . . Complete story »


November 13, 2018 • ScotlandPrint storyE-mail story

Plans for new windfarm at Newton Mearns rejected by Scottish Government reporter

A Scottish Government-appointed reporter has kicked out an appeal to create a new windfarm in Newton Mearns. Moorhouse Windfarm Ltd had an application for six turbines, between Shieldhill Farm and Moor Road, rejected for the third time after aviation chiefs claimed they could lose track of planes over the site. East Renfrewshire Council knocked back the plans in March this year when the National Air Traffic Service (NATS) claimed a windfarm could interfere with their radars in Glasgow and Cumbernauld. . . . Complete story »


November 11, 2018 • Letters, WalesPrint storyE-mail story

Wind turbines a menace to wildlife

David Bellamy in his letter (Western Mail, November 8) is spot on in his assessment regarding proliferation of wind turbines and the industrialisation of the landscape. The arguments are self-evident to any rural dweller (no, not Nimbys) but it seems main pro lobby hails from urban areas where strangely they do not suffer the imposition of clean air policies! Carwyn Jones in First Minister’s Question Time on November 7 responded to a question regarding clean air standards not being met . . . Complete story »


November 8, 2018 • Letters, WalesPrint storyE-mail story

Arguments stacked against windfarm

The Powys landscape, of rolling hills dotted with farms, its winding lanes lined with mature trees and hedgerows, its sylvan meadows, is a timeless land of outstanding beauty that could still appear to be in the early twentieth century. Which is why so many visitors love coming for its tranquil idyll. The recent decision, therefore, by the environment minister to grant approval to the Hendy windfarm at Llandegley because it is in the “national interest”, comes as a shock, given . . . Complete story »


November 7, 2018 • ScotlandPrint storyE-mail story

Barrel Law wind farm near Roberton taken to appeal

A long-running bid to construct a wind farm in the Borders is being taken to a fresh appeal. Scottish Borders Council rejected a first application for eight turbines at Barrel Law near Roberton in 2013. That was confirmed by a Scottish government reporter a year later but revised plans – for seven turbines – emerged last year. They were again refused by councillors but that decision is now being taken to appeal once again. SBC turned down the scheme earlier . . . Complete story »


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