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The Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Scotland Regulations 2017

Notice ID: GRE1923547

Notice effective from
25th November 2020 to 25th December 2020


The Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Scotland Regulations 2017

Notice under Regulation 21

The proposed development at Overhill Wind Farm, B741 from Armour Wynd to U720 Dalricket, Dalmellington is subject to environmental impact assessment under the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) (Scotland) Regulations 2017.

Notice is hereby given that an EIA report has been submitted to East Ayrshire Council by Mr Justin Reid, Energyfarm UK Overhill LLP relating to the planning application in respect of the Erection of 10 no wind turbines with a maximum height of 180 metres and associated infrastructure, including access tracks.

Possible decisions relating to the application are:-

i) approval of the application without conditions;

ii) approval of the application with conditions;

iii) refusal of the application.

A copy of the EIA report, the associated application and other documents submitted with the application may be viewed at

(searching for reference 20/0425/PP) during the period of 30 days beginning the next day from the date of this notice.

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, no paper copies will be available for inspection.

Copies of the EIA report may be purchased from Energyfarm UK Overhill LLP, 31 Dewar Place Lane, Edinburgh, EH3 8EF (tel: 07833 452279), by arrangement, at a cost of £100 for Volume 1 - Written Text, £600 for Volume 2 - Application Drawings and Figures, and £20 for Volume 3 - Non-Technical Summary for hard copies, and £15 for a full electronic copy on CD.

Any person who wishes to make representations to East Ayrshire Council about the EIA report should make them in writing within that period to the Council at Opera House, 8 John Finnie Street, Kilmarnock KA1 1DD or at

reference 20/0425/PP.

Any submission of additional environmental information will be further notified by means of a public notice which will detail how representations can be made in respect of that additional information.

David McDowall, Interim Head of Planning and

East Ayrshire Council

Comhairle Siorrachd Air an Ear

Economic Development, Economy and Skills, The Opera House, 8 John Finnie Street,

Kilmarnock, KA1 1DD


GRE1923547.pdf Download

East Ayrshire Council

Council Headquarters , London Road , Kilmarnock , KA3 7BU 0845 724 0000


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