||Approximately 11km north east of Carsphairn and 12.3km south west of Sanquhar
||Up to 15 turbines
||Up to 49.5MW
In response to the recent flooding to Carsphairn and the surrounding area, we felt it was appropriate to temporarily remove the inconvenience of the Environmental Statement from Carsphairn Community Hall.
There are additional Environmental Statements still available to view at the following alternative locations:
New Cumnock Community Centre,
DG Customer Services Dalry Library,
St John's Town of Dalry,
Dalmellington Area Centre,
33 Main Street,
You can also view the Environmental Statement and supporting documents by clicking here.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
We have now completed all our environmental surveys and have submitted our application to both Dumfries and Galloway and East Ayrshire Councils. We held a ‘Meet the Developer’ day. This was an opportunity for you to drop in and view the Environmental Statement as well as ask any questions you may have about the application before you formally comment on the project.
Location: Lagwyne Hall, Carsphairn
Date: Monday 14 December 2015
Time: 4pm to 8pm
It was also a chance to see some visualisations of the proposed project and the detailed environmental findings that have informed the design.
As a result of our studies and assessments, we’ve developed our layout and would like to show you our new plans for Lorg Wind Farm, so you can see what we’ve got in mind and have your say. We’re holding two public exhibitions in August, so you can come along and meet our team, view our plans in more detail, ask any questions you may have and share your thoughts, concerns or suggestions with us.
Date: Monday 10 August 4pm – 8pm
Location: Lagwyne Village Hall, Carsphairn,
Castle Douglas DG7 3TQ
Date: Tuesday 11 August 4pm – 8pm
Location: New Cumnock Community Centre,
New Cumnock KA18 4AH
At the moment we believe that Lorg Wind Farm has the potential to hold up to 22 turbines, which could have an installed capacity of around 66 megawatts (MW)
We choose our wind farm sites very carefully and always consider the area's wind resources, road access and connections to the national electricity network and the site's geographical position so that we can minimise visual impact of the project where possible.
You can view the material from the exhibition, along with plans of the site, using the links below:
Site Boundary Map
Developable Area Map
Proposed Turbine Layout