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16 October 2014

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Lewis Windfarm

Lewis Wind Power LWP has reduced the proposed size of its development in north Lewis from 234 to 181 turbines. As a result of this revision, a new round of consultations is currently in progress.

An environmental statement on this revised proposal can be viewed in the Council Buildings for Comhairle nan Eilean Siar on Sandwick Road in Stornoway; Stornoway Library in Cromwell Street, Shawbost Old School Library, Ness Development Centre and Tigh Ceilidh in Barvas.

Objections can be submitted until 29 January 2007, that is within 3 weeks from the date of this post, to the following address:

The Scottish Executive
Engergy Consents Unit
2nd Floor
Meridian Court
5 Cadogan Street
Glasgow G2 6AT

The email address: energyconsents@scotland.gsi.gov.uk.
Posted on Arnish Lighthouse at 20:39

Comments

Has the cable to the mainland suddenly got a lot cheaper or is it possible that LWF set the number of turbines so high in the first place to make it seem like a victory for the anti's when a much smaller proposal is put forward?

swampy from Derbyshire


Quite agree with Swampy. I was convinced all along that the plan was to overstate the number and then make 'concessions' until the true number planned was reached. I hope those who object to this desecration of Lewis don't fall for it and campaign strongly until the correct number is reached, and that of course is zero.

Les Ellingham from Stafford


Unions and employers have been doing this "DANCE" for years, employers offer 1%, the union demands 8% and finally they agree on 4%. A stupid game that those in power like playing, I assume!

thewhitesettler from common grazing




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