Green energy firms Infinergy and Boralex have submitted an appeal to the Department for Planning and Environmental Appeals of the Scottish Government against the decision to refuse the 7-turbine Ardtaraig Wind Farm application. At a public hearing in Dunoon on 26th March, Argyll & Bute Council’s Planning, Protective Services and Licensing Committee voted 8 to…

On Tuesday 26th March, following a site visit by the Planning Committee members the previous day, Ardtaraig Wind Farm went before the committee at a public hearing in the Queens Hall, Dunoon. Council officers, statutory consultees and the general public made presentations alongside Infinergy after which there was an extensive question session and debate among…

The applicaiton to build Ardtaraig Wind Farm has now been submitted to Argyll and Bute Council. All of the documents, including the professionally prepared landscape visualisations are available to view or download in the downloads section of this website. The reference number for the application is 18/01516/PP. You can make a comment via the council’s…

After an initial feasibility review and on-site environmental assessments, the possibilities for a wind farm are beginning to take shape. Now that we’ve submitted Scoping to get formal feedback from statutory consultees in the planning process, Infinergy would like your input! To ensure the local community is fully consulted on the plans, we would like…

Renewable energy developer Infinergy has now submitted a scoping report for a potential wind farm site at Ardtaraig in Argyll & Bute.  The Scoping Report, submitted to Argyll & Bute Council presents a proposal consisting of 10 wind turbines.  The full report can be found in the Downloads section of this website.