A Planning Application has been submitted for Knockskae, closing date for representations is 31 December 2015. However, South Ayrshire Council continues to accept any comments made on a planning application right up until the point that a report is issued.
Click here to view the Environmental Statement and some of the viewpoints.
Knockskae windfarm was first proposed by PNE Energy in 2013. PNE UK was bought by Brookfield, a Canadian company, in 2015. The windfarm is partly located on Knockskae Hill, Back Fell and Knockgardner. Details of the windfarm can still be found on the PNE website.
The site contains some useful information including contact details and information regarding the Community Liaison Group (CLG). The first CLG meeting was held at The Willie Wastles Inn, Crosshill on the 13th May 2013 and has met over the course of the project’s development. The Minutes from the first meeting can be found here.
For further information regarding community development the team can be contacted on 0131 243 9100 or via email to email@example.com
Updates – December 2015
- Brookfield submitted a planning application to South Ayrshire Council for 11 turbines at 126m high and associated infrastructure.
Updates – June 2013
- Knockskae Location Map. High level map showing the boundary outline for the windfarm.
- Knockskae Location Map (Detail) This map shows the turbine placing in detail. The Knockskae farm would fit like a jigsaw piece into the middle of the two halves of the Linfairn site.
- Knockskae Exhibition Boards. For anyone who was unable to attend or wishes to revisit the information that was provided at the Public Exhibition held in Straiton on Tuesday, 11th June.
Updates – March 2013
PNE Wind letter 13-03-13 – a letter from PNE energy to the secretary of Crosshill, Kirkmichael and Straiton community council announcing their plan to apply for planning permission for a windfarm. Planning documents attached to the letter.
Updates – January 2013
Scoping Opinion Request – Dalmorton Wind Farm LR
This is the request by PNE energy for opinions from statutory consultees. The document contains maps as well as a summary report on what is proposed. Opinions by the consultees (SNH, Historic Scotland, South Ayrshire planning etc.) have not yet been published.