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Credit: The Sligo Champion |
20 June 2012 ~~
A decision by Sligo County Council is due this month on an application from Kilronan Windfarm Ltd for 10-year planing permission for the construction of a wind farm consisting of 12 wind turbines in the townlands of Glen, Knockroe, Derrysallagh and Rover.
The work would include construction of a substation including a control building and associated equipment, new internal access roads and the upgrading of an existing road on the site, which is owned by Denis Flynn, of Hillstreet Quarries Ltd, Arigna.
The Sligo Champion |
20 June 2012
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