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South Knapdale not ‘middle of nowhere’


An unnamed South Knapdale community councillor is quoted in the article headed ‘Councillors urge public to question wind farm’ in the Argyllshire Advertiser, February

24 edition. The community councillor says: ‘The entry track is 17 km over virgin ground. They [Force 9 Energy] say you cannot see the turbines from the road. Every yatchsman or someone on a ferry is going to see it full in the face. I call it an industrial estate in the middle of nowhere. It’s just upright.’

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