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Drone Hill windfarm to be debated  

Coldingham Community Council are hosting a public debate on the proposed wind farm at Drone Hill on Coldingham Moor.

The meeting, to be held in Coldingham Village Hall tomorrow (Friday, March 30), at 7pm, is open to members of all communities affected by this proposal and will be chaired by Ged Hearn, chairman of Coldingham Community Council. Plans are available for viewing from 6pm.

The planning application submitted to Scottish Borders Council is for 22 shorter 75m turbines, compared with the original 2005 plan of 16 100m turbines.

As well as views on the proposed windfarm itself, there is the need to consider and discuss issues that relate to the build disruption and proposed access routes for heavy articulated vehicles.

The planning application details are available for viewing at Coldingham Post Office during opening hours, Coldingham Bookshop (village hall) during opening hours and Eyemouth Library.

Full details will be on display for the debate on March 30.

berwickshiretoday.co.uk

29 March 2007

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