Sunday, 22 January 2012

Glenchamber wind farm # 3

Below are the links to the Environmental Statement for the Proposed Glenchamber wind farm. At the time of posting, this planning application had been turned down by Dumfries and Galloway Council. However, since nothing has been heard from the developers with regard to their plans for the development, I suspect an appeal is in the air.

As in previous similar posts, the coffee table summary is the Non Technical Summary and the real detail is contained in the remaining files. The individual chapters and appendices are quite small, so I suggest you download those that are appropriate to your interests and then reference the relevant figures from the drop down selector boxes as required.

Volume 1 - Non Technical Summary
Non Technical Summary
Volume 2 - Environmental Statement - Chapters
Contents & Preface
1Introduction
2Planning & Policy Context
3Design Evolution & Alternatives
4Description of Development
5Construction and Decommissioning
6EIA Process
7Landscape & Visual
8Ecology
9Ornithology
10Cultural Heritage and Archaeology
11Geology, Hydrology and Hydrogeology
12Noise
13Electomagnetic Interference, Aviation and Shadow Flicker
14Access Traffic and Transport
15Socio Economics
16Potential Grid Connections
17Summary
Volume 3 - Technical Appendices - Chapters
Contents
2Planning & Policy Context
4Description of Development
5Construction
6EIA Process
7Landscape & Visual
8Ecology
9Ornithology
10Cultural Heritage and Archaeology
11Geology, Hydrology and Hydrogeology
12Noise
14Access
16Grid
Volume 4 - Landscape & Visual Figures


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