We are pleased to report that planning permission for two turbines which could have potentially impacted on the Firth of Forth has been refused.
Planning permission for two turbines on the former Black Devon landfill site near Alloa has been refused.
We objected to the proposals, raising concerns regarding potential impacts on the Firth of Forth, which is home to an abundance of bird species of international importance.
The proposal was originally for four turbines, of 125m to tip. This was reduced to two turbines in an amended application which was submitted to Clackmannanshire Council in March 2012.