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Loch Lomond threat from wind turbine development

Published on May 1, 2012 by EVAG

Banks Renewables is proposing to build a windfarm North East of Drymen, adjacent to the Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park.

The site is on land owned by farmers at Craigievern and Blairfad and has been given the made up name of Ard-Ghaoth.

The proposal is for 10 turbines each with a height to blade tip of 115m (377ft).

The windfarm would be visible from all major viewpoints – The Queens View, Ben Ledi, the West Highland Way, Conic Hill, to name a few significant attractions – and will impact across a huge area, not least intruding on arguably the most well-known area of Scotland – Loch Lomond.


EVAG | Endrick Valley Action Group |


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