As at July 26, 2018, Arlene Knox, Senior Planning Officer, A & B Council has advised us as follows:
1. The planning application for the Ardtaraig Windfarm has been formally submitted
2. For reasons, as yet undisclosed, the planning application is invalid and as is therefore NOT available for public viewing
3. Until the planning application is available for public viewing, the statutory period for filing objections does not begin.
4. The planning application has been identified for reference purposes as:
Christopher Fiddles, a 78 year old artist, who lovingly restored his Georgian home, discovered his home had dropped in value by £100,000 after an energy company was guaranteed approval for 5 turbines up to 400 feet tall.
The value of thousands of homes near wind farms is at risk as the number of onshore turbines increase.
(Ref: Tamara Cohen/Daily Mail )
Arlene Knox, Senior Planning Officer, Argyll & Bute Council, has advised us that it is her understanding, that the application has been sent to Council and should be imminent. Stay tuned for further updates!
Arlene Knox, Senior Planner in charge of the proposed Ardtaraig Windfarm Planning Application has advised us that they are now expecting a Planning Application in May.
Col Glen Council held an open day at The Glendaruel Village Hall on March 11, 2018.
East Renfrewshire Council confirmed that Cumulative noise from a number of wind turbine developments in the area was causing a 9db breach of Planning Conditions.
Don’t let this happen in Cowal and elsewhere in Scotland!
Save the Eagles International has been alerting authorities to turbine problems and eagle populations since 2011.
Many ornithological experts, affected by conflicts of interest, DENY that wind turbines could lead to the extinction of eagle populations.
NOW NEW EVIDENCE PROVES THEY ARE WRONG…….
- A study has now found that Windfarms may tip some species into accelerated extinction;
- The Andalusia (Spain) – example is a lesson for us all. Where windfarms are being determined as the key causal factor further diminishing a fragile population. We must not let this happen in Scotland.
Aileen Jackson of East Renfrewshire had her complaint, of shadow flicker from the 4 turbines (10MW) Neilston Windfarm,