Linfairn Public Inquiry – your opportunity to speak

Figure 6.12.3b - Viewpoint 3.cdr

How the proposal would utterly dominate the upper Girvan Valley

If you were one of the thousands of folks who objected to Linfairn wind farm please consider participating in the public inquiry and speaking out. You should already have had an invitation to take part. If you did object but haven’t had notification of the inquiry please let us know – it’s vital.

If speaking up in public is something you are unaccustomed to, or nervous of doing, don’t worry. You don’t have to be a polished speaker as the Reporter will be interested in your evidence and your point of view.

At the Keirs Hill Inquiry we gained valuable experience with the Inquiry process and will help you prepare and let you know what to expect. Speaking at an Inquiry is a great opportunity to emphasise your objection to the Reporter in person, especially if you live close to the proposal and are likely to suffer major impacts. We will be taking part as will the Community Council, South Ayrshire Council and private individuals. You will not be alone.

If you are willing to take part in the Public Inquiry please remember to reply by Friday 4 NovemberIf you haven’t opted before the deadline you may regret not doing so later.

The target date for the Inquiry is 7 March 2017. The confirmed date and venue will be published in the Ayrshire Post. We will also publish the information once it is confirmed.

Remember you can only take part if you have already objected, email liz.kerr@gov.scot quoting ref: WIN-370-1 Linfairn Wind Farm.

One thought on “Linfairn Public Inquiry – your opportunity to speak

  1. I can’t very well attend, but I’d like everybody to notice that wind turbines are not as good at providing electric power on demand, than sail is at propelling sea vessels.Coal and subsequently oil have driven sail entirely out of industrial and military business. Nuclear powered capital ships dominate the world’s most powerful navies.
    Once upon a time, 30% of Britain’s electric power came from nuclear. Germany’s policy of shutting it down now has them planning to replace it with the filthiest technology of all, Coal,

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