Planning Application Amended

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Following discussions with the Council Abbey Properties Cambridgeshire Limited have formally amended planning application 20/04455/FUL in August 2021 to reduce the heights of the proposed two wind turbines to 100 metres to tip.

Below are a number of links to plans, maps and documents which have been submitted to The Highland Council. This includes Supplemental Environmental Information (SEI). The Council will undertake public consultation on the amendments to the proposal in due course.

Updated Planning Statement Link: This updated statement examines the national and local planning policy context for the proposed new turbines including against the Council’s Onshore Wind Energy Supplementary Guidance. The Updated Statement considers all of the impacts including environmental and economic considerations.

SEI Report Volume 1 Text Link: SEI Report: This is a written document which summarises the SEI work undertaken. It examines the potential effects of the wind turbines upon the environment, wildlife and people and explains how we will seek to minimise any impacts. The document is separated into 8 topic chapters.

SEI Report Volume 2a Figures except Landscape and Visual Impact Figures which support the written chapters of the SEI Report (excluding Landscape and Visual Impact):

SEI Report Volume 2b Figures: Landscape and Visual Impact visualisation figures (to NatureScot requirements)

SEI Report Volume 2c Figures: Landscape and Visual Impact visualisation figures (to The Highland Council requirements)

SEI Volume 4 Non-Technical Summary Link

This Summarises the application and contains the key findings from the Environmental Statement.

In line with national guidance due to Covid-19 restrictions we have not placed any hard copies of the planning documents in public viewing locations. However, the planning documents (listed above) can be viewed and/or downloaded individually, or downloaded together in ‘zipped’ files by clicking on the links below (you will need appropriate software to open the zipped files and view its contents).

In addition, hard copies of the Non-Technical Summary and electronic copies of the EIA Report are available free of charge from Abbey Properties Cambridgeshire Limited. Please contact Andy Brand via the ‘Contact’ section of this website.

The application and associated documents will be available to view once the application is registered on The Highland Council’s ePlanning portal at 

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