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  • Wind Farm Refused Permission in Louth

    A 10 year Permission was sought for the construction of a wind farm consisting of five wind turbines (hub height not exceeding 80m, blade diameter not exceeding 82.4m), an electrical substation building, an anemometer mast, construction and upgrade of internal access tracks, and associated works all at Rockmarshall, Co. Louth.
    Louth County Council refused permission due to due to impact on landscape (Area of Aoutstanding Natural Beauty) and shadow flicker impact on residents.
    Over 1,200 local residents had signed a petition against the development.

    Published on March 30, 2012 By:David Mulcahy · Filed under: Important An Bord Pleanala Decisions; Tagged as: , ,
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