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WIN-170-2007 - Faw Side Community Wind Farm - Inquiry Session

Wednesday, 10th August 2022 at 10:00am
Inquiry Session on Cultural Heritage for Proposed Application For Consent Under S36 Of The Electricity Act 1989 And Deemed Planning Permission Under S57(2) Of The Town And Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 For The Construction And Operation Of 45 No Wind Turbines, With An Installed Capacity Of 315 Mw, And Associated Access Tracks, Infrastructure Including Substation/Control Room Buildings And Compound, Temporary Construction Compound, Meteorological Mast And Temporary Borrow Pits At Faw Side Wind Farm
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WIN-170-2007 - Faw Side Community Wind Farm - Inquiry Session

Thursday, 11th August 2022 at 10:00am
Inquiry Session on Landscape and Visual Impacts for Proposed Application For Consent Under S36 Of The Electricity Act 1989 And Deemed Planning Permission Under S57(2) Of The Town And Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 For The Construction And Operation Of 45 No Wind Turbines, With An Installed Capacity Of 315 Mw, And Associated Access Tracks, Infrastructure Including Substation/Control Room Buildings And Compound, Temporary Construction Compound, Meteorological Mast And Temporary Borrow Pits At Faw Side Wind Farm

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WIN-170-2007 - Faw Side Community Wind Farm - Inquiry Session

Tuesday, 9th August 2022 at 10:00am
Inquiry Session on Cultural Heritage for Proposed Application For Consent Under S36 Of The Electricity Act 1989 And Deemed Planning Permission Under S57(2) Of The Town And Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 For The Construction And Operation Of 45 No Wind Turbines, With An Installed Capacity Of 315 Mw, And Associated Access Tracks, Infrastructure Including Substation/Control Room Buildings And Compound, Temporary Construction Compound, Meteorological Mast And Temporary Borrow Pits At Faw Side Wind Farm
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