Wind Farm

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The proposed €240m development was for 46 wind turbines on three clusters of lands at Farragara, Castletownmoor and Ísealchríocha, near Kells. Photograph: iStock

The Court of Appeal has rejected an engineer’s challenge to the planning procedure that was adopted for a proposed €240m wind farm near his home at Ke(...)

An Bord Pleanála has been told that the consultation process  on a wind farm development in Co Meath has been ‘hopelessly inadequate’. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

Consultation with a Co Meath community in relation to a wind farm development has been hopelessly inadequate and does not meet standards set down in E(...)

The developer claims if permission is secured the wind farm will generate substantial electricity for up to 30 years, 225 construction jobs and 60 long-term jobs, and some €3.5 million for local projects over its lifetime

An engineer has lost his High Court challenge over the planning procedure adopted for a proposed wind farm near his home at Kells, Co Meath. Ms Justic(...)

An engineer has lost his High Court challenge over a proposed wind farm near his home at Kells, Co Meath. John Callaghan had claimed a”fundamentally u(...)

It is alleged An Bord Pleanála decided the proposed development has “strategic infrastructural status” which means a planning application can be made directly to the board with no public involvement in the environmental-impact assessment

An engineer opposed to a proposed wind farm in Co Meath claims the development has a “fundamentally unfair” planning procedure. He said there is no (...)