Glenshero wind farmPublished: 17th January 2018
Read our response to the Scoping Report for the proposed Glenshero wind farm c8km west of Laggan, in the Monadhliath mountains.
The Glenshero development site sits immediately south of the Stronelairg wind farm site. It could comprise up to 40 turbines with a maximum tip height of 135m and has the potential to impact on three of Scotland's official Wild Land Areas:-
- WLA19 Braeroy – Glenshirra-Creag Meagaidh
- WLA20 Monadhliaths
- WLA14 Rannoch-Nevis – Mamores-Alder
Wild land in the Monadhliath mountains: image credit Grahame Nicoll
This development is at an early stage in the planning process. Further information will be added to this page as it becomes available.
Documentation for the development and location/site maps can be found on the Highland Council website (Reference number: 17/05349/SCOP)
The aim of the scoping process is "to provide advice and guidance to developers which has been collated from expert consultees whom the Scottish Government has consulted. It should provide clear advice from consultees and enable developers to address the issues they have identified and address these in the Environmental Impact Assessment Process (EIA) and the EIA report associated with the application for section 36 consent."