Final knock-back for EDF’s Cnoc an Eas wind farm at Loch Ness

CNOC KNOCKED: Nick Mackay, Force 9 Energy Ltd
CNOC KNOCKED: Nick Mackay, Force 9 Energy Ltd

The Scottish government has thrown out plans for a 13-turbine wind farm in Glenurquhart near Loch Ness.

Highland councillors refused permission for the Cnoc an Eas scheme last May

Developers Force 9 Energy and EDF Energy Renewables appealed against that decision.

But a planning reporter appointed by the government to consider the project said the scheme would have a “significant <adverse> visual impact”.

See also:

Force 9 renewable developer meets strong opposition to ‘industrialisation’ of Great Glen wind farm plan with EDF

http://www.scottishenergynews.com/force-9-renewable-developer-meets-strong-opposition-to-its-industrialisation-of-great-glen-wind-farm-plan-from-mountaineering-council/

 

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