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Energiekontor UK Ltd gives notice that it intends to submit a planning application known as 'Overhill Wind Farm'

Notice ID: GRE1796448

Notice effective from
29th July 2020 to 28th August 2020

Energiekontor UK Ltd gives notice that it intends to submit a planning application known as 'Overhill Wind Farm' consisting of up to 10 wind turbines with a maximum height of 180 metres and associated infrastructure, including access tracks at B741 from Armour Wynd To U720 Dalricket, Dalmellington, East Ayrshire. This proposal follows a previous wind farm consent on the Site for 10 turbines with a maximum height of 149.9 metres (East Ayrshire Council planning reference number Ref. No: 17/0395/PP). There is no change to the proposed location of any of the turbines for the new proposal. Further information on the proposal is available on an online public consultation website at

www.energiekontor.co.uk/our-projects/over-hill

. We will hold two interactive Q&A consultation session events which will take place between 5pm and 7pm on August 12 and 13th. Details of how people can participate are provided on the website and, in addition, Energiekontor will be available for contact to discuss the project on all weekdays during typical office hours of 9am - 5pm. The website also provides an opportunity for people to provide feedback and comments relating to the proposal including by email and by post. Any person wishing to make comments should do so by August 16th or if they wish to obtain further information they can contact

Justin.Reid@energiekontor.co.uk

. Comments are not submissions to the planning authority (East Ayrshire Council) and if a planning application is submitted there will be an opportunity to make representations on that application to East Ayrshire Councils Planning and Economic Development Division at the time.

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