Banks submits for 20.4MW Bandirran

Perth, Scotland

Perth, Scotland

Banks Renewables has submitted a planning application for its 20.4MW Bandirran wind project to Perth and Kinross council in Scotland, ending one chapter and starting another in the controversial project's story.

The project, near Perth, would have six turbines up to 132m high, drawing the ire of a number of locals during the pre-application phase.

The controversy over Bandirran led Banks, a prolific UK onshore wind developer, to delay making the application to engage further with the local community. Having submitted a scoping report on the project last spring, Banks had hoped to submit the full planning application late last year.

Banks has aggressively courted the local public, having held a number of public exhibitions to discuss the project and a “Meet the Log in to read complete article.

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