Kennedy Renewables have now submitted their application to extend the Little Raith Wind Farm by an additional 6 turbines, closer to homes in the Lochgelly and Cowdenbeath area.

The application (14/02444/EIA) can be viewed on the Fife Council planning website at: http://planning.fife.gov.uk/online/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=N8STANHF01A00.

The easiest way to object to the application without the need to register on the Fife Council website is via email, which you can send to: development.central@fife.gov.uk.

If sending an email, you must include your name and address, as well as the application number (14/02444/EIA).

We are currently reviewing all the submitted documentation for the planning application and shall be submitting a formal objection to the development as the communities surrounding the Little Raith development have already suffered enough impacts from the exisiting development, including the impacts from the Mossmorran Petrochemical Plant.

We are also currently working on a standard objection letter that residents can use to make their objections known to Fife Council and local Councillors. We shall provide an update when it is ready.

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One Comment

  1. S. Lamb

    August 10, 2014 at 3:29 pm

    Please could you post this link, it’s a very interesting article and may explain why some of us are having so many health problems!

    An ill wind blows as the surge of turbines stirs fears of silent danger to our health:

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/497525/An-ill-wind-blows-as-the-surge-of-turbines-stirs-fears-of-silent-danger-to-our-health

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