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Firm seeks mast approval on Urlar Estate  

Credit:  27 April 2015 | www.thecourier.co.uk ~~

A windfarm developer is seeking a two-year extension for 80m masts that collect wind-speed data at a Highland Perthshire estate.

Crossburns Windfarm Ltd is seeking permission to develop a windfarm on the Urlar Estate, south-west of Aberfeldy.

An application was submitted to the Scottish Government in October 2014 for Crossburns Windfarm, which comprises of 25 turbines.

The planned site is adjacent to the 14-turbine Calliacher cluster and very close to the sprawling Griffin development. Planning permission was originally secured in February 2013.

Source:  27 April 2015 | www.thecourier.co.uk

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