Supplementary Information Submitted for Airgh Wind Farm
Force Energy, project developers for the Airigh Wind Farm, have submitted Supplementary Environmental Information (‘SEI’) to Scottish Ministers for the proposed Wind Farm. The 14 turbine wind farm, located approximately 8.4km south-west of Tarbert, was submitted to the Scottish Government’s Energy Consents Unit (under the Electricity Act 1989) in September 2017.
The SEI includes details of minor changes to the proposed onsite infrastructure and proposed retention of forestry to assist in screening the development from key viewpoints, with an updated assessment in subject matter including landscape and visual amenity, peat, carbon balance, traffic and transport, ornithology, forestry, and an assessment of effects on climate change, major accidents and disasters and human health. The SEI addresses specific requests for further information made by the Scottish Government.
Copies of the SEI are available for public inspection in person, free of charge, during normal office hours at:
- Argyll and Bute Council Planning and Building Standards, 25A Manse Brae, Lochgilphead, PA31 8RD
- Glenbarr Stores, Glenbarr, by Tarbert, Argyll PA29 6UT
- Tarbert Post Office, Woods Newsagent, Harbour Street, Tarbert, Argyll, PA29 6UD
- Peter Law and Sons Store, 47-49 Chalmers Street, Ardrishaig, Lochgilphead, PA30 8EY.
- Port Ban Holiday Park, Kilberry, Tarbert, PA29 6YD
A copy of the SEI is also available to view on the Scottish Government Energy Consents Unit website and can be seen on the project page here.
Representation on the SEI should be made to the Scottish Government by the 10th March 2019.