Turbines Evaluation Group - Helensburgh and Area (TEG-H)
Height of the Turbines
Community and Amenity
Scottish Planning Policy
Argyll & Bute Council Local Plan
Some Planning Aspects
TEG-H is investigating the planning system as it affects the wind farm proposal for Helensburgh and area.
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Height of the turbines
Preliminary evidence suggests that the proposal conforms to some planning provisions, is contrary to some provisions, and is as yet uncertain with regard to other aspects.
Central points are :
The planning system exists to safeguard public welfare.
This proposal could have important long-term implications.
Some planning factors which might affect this wind farm proposal require further investigation.
The developers have made some planning information available, but they have been selective.
We seek to fill gaps.
Photo left shows Helensburgh from the proposed wind turbines site.
Photo right shows the Three Lochs Way (designated core footpath) beside the proposed wind turbines site (arrowed).
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