- LOCATIONTralorg Hill, near Girvan, South Ayrshire
- ANTICIPATED WND FARM SIZE20MW
- RATING OF TURBINES2.5MW
- NO. OF TURBINES8
- GENERATING LIFE25 Years
- STATUSIn Appeal with the Scottish Government
The construction of any wind farm requires planning permission under The Town and Country Planning Act (Scotland) 1997. PNE WIND UK submitted an application to South Ayrshire Council for consideration in December 2011, and following determination by the Council’s planning committee, the application was refused. The planning application can be found here.
PNE WIND UK has submitted an appeal to the Scottish Government which can be found here.
PNE WIND UK has created a Community Liaison Group (CLG) to ensure that the proposed development involves local people and takes account of their concerns. More information of the representatives can be found here. CLG Minutes are available to download below. For more information regarding community development please contact our community engagement team on 0131 243 9162/9165, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keeping you informed
As part of its extensive engagement programme, PNE held two rounds of public exhibitions in March and June 2011 to present the proposal to the public in Girvan, Pinwherry and Dailly. The information that was on display at the exhibitions is available to view below.
In 2012, PNE co-sponsored an Ailsa Horizons Windfarm Contract Awareness Session for local contractors. If you would like to add your details to our list of contractors in the the local area, please get in touch.
An appeal has been submitted to the Scottish Government by Edinburgh based PNE WIND UK against the decision made by South Ayrshire Council to reject its plans for an eight turbine wind farm to be sited on land to the east of the town of Girvan.
posted on July 8, 2013, 5:09 p.m.
PNE WIND UK are disappointed over the decision made by South Ayrshire Council's Regulatory Panel to refuse permission for the Tralorg Wind Farm, outside Girvan.
posted on March 22, 2013, 4:51 p.m.