Banks’ Wind Farm Approval Blows in Coverage
Tuesday, September 30th, 2014
A new wind farm in South Lanarkshire has been given the green light by the Scottish Government. This exciting news has hit the press hard with coverage from BBC News, The Herald Scotland and The Daily Record, among others.
The granting of planning permission for Middle Muir Wind Farm, North of Crawfordjohn is a landmark decision, as 7 of the 15 turbines within the wind farm reach to a height of 152m, the highest turbines approved on the UK mainland.
It is unsurprising that this story has been picked up by a number of National newspapers with extensive coverage on the sheer height of the wind turbines alone. Not to mention the fact that the 51MW Middlemuir Wind Farm will produce enough clean, green energy to power around 28,253 homes.
The project was launched by Banks Renewables, when it was recommended for planning approval at the planning committee of July 2013.
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