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Councillor Paul Carey seeking to bring wind turbine benefits to Drumchapel and Blairdardie  

Credit:  Alan Ferguson, Reporter | Clydebank Post | www.clydebankpost.co.uk ~~

A councillor is seeking to bring wind turbines near to Drumchapel so the community can receive benefits.

Wind farms come along with a community development fund which can often be used for projects or cheap energy.

Councillor Paul Carey has got Glasgow City Council to investigate who owns the hills behind Drumchapel, with a view of attracting wind turbine investment.

The Drumchapel and Anniesland representative says he has been working on the plan for more than a year and will keep the public posted of updates.

Source:  Alan Ferguson, Reporter | Clydebank Post | www.clydebankpost.co.uk

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