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Public have their say on Brechfa wind farms 

People are being given a final opportunity to comment on wind farm development in the Brechfa area.

The final stage of public consultation on Carmarthenshire County Council Supplementary Planning Guidance on Wind Farm Development in the Brechfa Forest Area begins today.

The draft guidance is published on the council website at www.carmarthenshire.gov.uk. Comments are being invited from interested organisations and the general public over the next three weeks.

Head of Planning Eifion Bowen said: “I am hopeful that the guidance will be generally welcomed as a contribution to the complex policy interpretation and synthesis which is required in order to deal with major wind farm proposals in the Brechfa Forest Area.”

Regeneration and Leisure Executive Board member Cllr Clive Scourfield said: “There has been a significant response to documents circulated earlier in the process and I am pleased to support the supplementary planning guidance as an aid to understanding of the relevant issues.”

Copies of the Arup Study Report can be downloaded from the website or obtained from the Head of Planning at 40 Spilman Street, Carmarthen.Comments should be sent to the Head of Planning by Friday, February 16.


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