Ardoch and Over Enoch
The wind cluster is located on Ardoch Farm approximately 16km to the south of Glasgow set on the gentle hills to the north of Whitelee Forest bounded to the west by Loch Hill and Melowther Hill. The village of Eaglesham is situated approximately 3 km to the north west of the site, with the southern edges of East Kilbride lying some 3.5km to the north east of the site. Ardoch Windfarm site is situated on undulating farmland and has elevations of up to 160m above ordnance datum (AOD).See More
The 279 hectare (ha) site lies to the east of the Glenkens (the valley of the River Ken), and to the north-east of St John’s Town of Dalry in Dumfries and Galloway.
The proposed site sits on top of Corse Hill and Half Mark Hill and is mainly used for the grazing of sheep and cattle. The turbines are proposed to be located in elevations of 220m – 300m above ordnance datum (AOD).See More
The windfarm is located in South Lanarkshire approximately 7km south east of Elvanfoot in the Daer Valley, close to the Daer Reservoir. The turbines will be sited adjacent to the operational Clyde Windfarm on agricultural land currently used for rough grazing.
The site is located on land approximately 3km south of Elvanfoot and 7.5km east of Leadhills. The total site area is 46 hectares (ha) and the land cover consists of course grassland which is used mainly for rough grazing. The site is bonded by forestry to the east and is adjacent to the operational Clyde Windfarm. During the planning process the project was reduced from 5 to 4 turbines as a result of feedback regarding landscape and visual impacts.See More
Whitelaw Brae Windfarm is approximately 14km to the north of Moffat in the Scottish Borders and approximately 3km to the south of Tweedsmuir. The site comprises a mixture of unimproved, rough, open grazing land and commercial forestry.See More
Inverclyde Windfarm is located on the Northern edge of the Renfrewshire hills, immediately South of the Urban area of Greenock and Port Glasgow. The site surrounds the high ground of Corlic Hill (303m above ordnance datum (AOD)) and includes parts of Burnhead Moor, Moukin Moor and Devol Moor.
The 209.8 hectare (ha) site is currently characterised by upland habitat, dominated by heather and grass land.See More
Tolsta (consented as Druim Leathann)
The 261 hectare (ha) site is located in the north-east of the Isle of Lewis, approximately 16km north-east of Stornoway and approximately 2km to the west of Tolsta.
Tolsta windfarm (consented as Druim Leathann Windfarm) site mostly lies within a boogy moor landscape and rises to 100 to 110m above ordnance datum (AOD).See More
The site is located on land owned by Low Airies Farm, approximately 12km northeast of the town of Glenluce and some 9km northwest of the town of Kirkcowan. It is set in a remote area of gently undulating land, similar in character to parts of the wider surrounding landscape. The north, east and south boundaries of the site are formed by Kilquhockadale Flow and Ink Moss Forest and to the west by the Tarf Water.
The total area of the wind farm site will extend 271.5 hectares (ha) and has elevations of up to 150m above ordnance datum (AOD).See More
The site is located approximately 1 km north of the coastal town of Ardrossan, in North Ayrshire. The turbines will be located within a working dairy farm on land currently used for cattle grazing.See More
The proposed Gilston Hill Windfarm, comprising 7 turbines, is located on land north-west of Gilston and approximately 3.2km south west of the village of Fala in the Scottish Borders. Two public exhibitions were held in Fala and Heriot in September 2016. Following these and completion of the environmental impact assessment the planning application, supported by an Environmental Statement, was submitted to Scottish Borders Council in February 2017.
North Lowther Energy Initiative
Please refer to North Lowther Energy Initiative website and table opposite for further information.See More
Maerdy windfarm is an eight turbine wind farm on land adjacent to the disused Maerdy Coal tip, north of Maerdy and Treorchy, at the top of the Rhondda Valleys, south Wales.
The 198 hectares (ha) wind farm site is located on a plateau of upland rough grazing land and the turbines lie at a height of 400 – 453m above ordnance datum (AOD).
Maerdy windfarm was sold to Greencoat UK Wind in June 2014.See More