RES, the proposed windfarm developers send out their first official correspondence on the planned turbines in partnership with Dunecht Estates

RES holds public exhibitions about the project in Crathes, Echt, Inverurie and Torphins; they ignore Banchory and Westhill.

closing date for comments on the initial plans

RES public consultations on revised proposals (16 x 180/200m turbines) in Torphins, Midmar and Banchory

RES work up their final plans for submission to the Scottish Government’s Energy Consents Unit, ECU) which will be sent to Statutory Consultees such as Aberdeenshire Council.

plans expected to be submitted to Scottish Government’s ECU.From date of application submission, the ECU will send it out to Aberdeenshire Council who will be given 4 months to respond. Other statutory consultees such as SEPA, Nature Scot etc.

Join us if you are you concerned about the impact of these turbines on the picturesque Hill of Fare and its surrounding natural beauty! If you share our mission to preserve this cherished landscape, then you need to act NOW to object to this scheme.

Nae Fare is a passionate community of individuals, living locally, unlike the landowner of the Dunecht Estate who lives and works in SE England, dedicated to safeguarding the Hill of Fare and its stunning surroundings.