Credit: Ashleigh Burns |
21 June 2012 ~~
Opposition to proposals for wind turbines in the south of Alloa is still high, despite changes being made to the application.
A revised planning application for two wind turbines on the former Black Devon land fill site at Forthbank has been submitted to Clackmannanshire Council.
An original application from Partnerships for Renewables (PfR) was submitted in 2010 for four wind turbines each with a height of 125-metres.
Following fierce criticism from residents PfR reviewed its plans and re-submitted them in March.
Full story in the Alloa & Hillfoots Advertiser, Wednesday 20 June 2012
Ashleigh Burns |
21 June 2012
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