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WIN-270-15 - Kintradwell Wind Farm - 2nd Pre Examination Meeting

Thursday, 8th September 2022 at 10:00am
2nd Pre Examination Meeting to arrange inquiry procedure for proposed Application To Erect And Operate The Kintradwell Wind Farm, With An Installed Capacity Of More Than 50 Mw, Which Includes Up To 15 Turbines Up To 149.9M To Blade Tip, And Associated Infrastructure, Including Battery Storage Infrastructure

WIN-270-16 - Cairn Duhie Wind Farm - Pre Examination Meeting

Tuesday, 6th September 2022 at 10:30am
Pre Examination Meeting to arrange inquiry procedure 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 Cairn Duhie Wind Farm Located Within The Highland Council Planning Authority Area - Application Is For Consent For A Wind Farm With An Installed Capacity Of More Than 50Mw And Envisages A Development Of Up To 16 Wind Turbines At Up To 149.9 M To Blade Tip And Associated Infrastructure For A Period Of 35 Years


Welcome to the Scottish Government Planning and Environmental Appeals Divisions (DPEA) Webcasting Site.

On this site you can view live and archived webcasts of hearings and enquires relating to planning cases dealt with by DPEA. All documents discussed in the webcasts can be found on our publication website up to 12 weeks after the decision has been issued.

The introduction of webcasting is part of a strategy to enhance public access to open and transparent discussions on planning issues.

Those who are not able to attend inquires or hearings in person, will have be able to watch sessions on a live or on-demand (archive) basis and remain connected to the planning process without being there.

DPEA will where technically possible stream live footage of inquiries and hearings. Where it is not technically possible for live streaming we will aim to publish the footage as quickly as possible.

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