A drop-in session will be held next week as part of Moray Council’s consultation on its draft onshore wind energy policy guidance.
It will take place at New Elgin Hall on Monday, October 17 from 3pm to 8pm when planning officers will be on hand to answer any questions.
The council’s planning and regulatory services committee agreed to a nine-week consultation early last month and any representations should be submitted by 5pm on Monday, November 14.
The guidance aims to set out:
- The council’s approach to considering and determining planning applications and for making observations on development proposals to the Scottish Government
- Information requirements and issues to be addressed at pre-application and application stages
- The council’s overall strategy for wind turbine development, including spatial framework and detailed policy guidance maps for three typologies of turbine development
- Links to the extensive range of detailed guidance produced by the council and consultees, and contact details
The guidance can be viewed at www.moray.gov.uk/moray_standard/page_100442.html
Representations can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to Development Plans, Development Services, Moray Council, PO Box 6760, Elgin IV30 9BX.
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