Wind farm developers have sparked fury after revealing plans to extend a controversial Highland development – which has gone through two public inquiries – before construction even begins.
‘Turbines ring of steel destroying our community’: Campaigners’ anger as government backs wind farm expansion
Angry Caithness residents affected by the approval of a 21 turbine wind farm have vowed to fight on to protect their landscape and everything it means to them.
Scotland's mountaineers have called on Scottish Natural Heritage to stand up to wind farm developers they believe are "playing the system".
Lorries transporting parts that will be assembled to form a controversial new 13-turbine wind farm development at Tom nan Clach were on the move for the first time yesterday, with local motorists facing some delays along the A9.
Warnings that a windfarm would "ruin tourism" have come to nothing, according to the leader of a Highland community council considering its response to a proposed second extension of the scheme.
Windfarm plans blown off course after world heritage vision for Flow Country not included in planning report
Two wind projects planned for the Highlands were blown off course yesterday by councillors.
Developers have resubmitted a planning application for a 24-turbine Caithness windfarm that was rejected by a Scottish Government reporter after a public inquiry.
A windfarm developer has six weeks to put a shovel in the ground at the site of a proposed scheme or miss a chance to build it.
Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing has rejected a windfarm in Caithness despite the presence of many other huge turbines in close range.
A renewable energy company -- who received consent for a 59-turbine wind farm on the Glenfiddich Estate three years ago despite sizeable opposition -- has submitted a fresh planning application to add an extra four turbines.
The proposed Dorenell windfarm in Moray came under the spotlight yesterday at an open day.
Plans to increase the number and size of turbines at a controversial windfarm in Moray are going on display to the public next week.