Land at Low Drumclog, South Lanarkshire
Installation Type: Three Turbine Wind Farm
Installation Size: 18.6 MW
CleanEarth are proposing a three turbine wind farm with a tip height of 180m, on land at Low Drumclog, South Lanarkshire.
The Low Drumclog turbines are expected to have an annual generation of over 64 GWh, sufficient to power over 17,000 South Lanarkshire homes. The carbon savings of the project are almost 14,000 tonnes of carbon annually with a predicted lifetime saving of almost half a million tonnes – making a significant contribution to Scotland’s target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2045.
The Low Drumclog turbines will fall within Sandford and Upper Avondale Community Council, to whom the project will direct a fund for the local community.
An online public consultation was held on Wednesday 2nd February. The Environmental Statement and all associated reports were accessible here on the CleanEarth website, and comments were open via an online questionnaire for 14 days after the event.
Any further enquiries can be sent to email@example.com or by using the form below.
Appendix D – Landscape & Visual Impact Assessment:
Appendix E – Ecology:
Outline Habitat Management Plan
Appendix H – Hydrology & Peat:
Hydrology and Peat Report
Peat Survey Report
Outline Peat Management Plan
Drainage Ditch Blocking Survey
Fig1 Hydrological Setting
Fig2 Scottish National Soil Map
Fig3 SNH Carbon and Peatland Map 2016
Fig4 Superficial Geology
Fig5 Bedrock Geology
Fig6 Water Features Map
Fig7 Estimated Peat Depth
Fig8 Peat Reuse Area
Appendix J – Shadow Flicker:
Shadow Flicker Report
Appendix L – Public Consultation Report:
Public Consultation Report