Project: Two wind turbines (4.6MW total)
Location: Tannaghlane Road, Caledon, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland
Dimensions: 60m hub height, 31m blade length, 91m overall height
Status: Granted planning permission 9th December 2010
Resources: Non Technical Summary
The proposed development site is predominately agricultural grassland used for sheep and cattle grazing in the town land of Mullynaveagh approximately three kilometres north of Caledon, County Tyrone.
The proposed development consists of two wind turbines, substation, temporary site compound, site access tracks and associated cabling.
The development has a life expectancy of 25 years, generating electricity fed back into the national grid system and sold to a third party.
TCI Renewables commissioned a detailed independent survey into the flora and fauna around the development site. Breeding bird surveys were undertaken during June 2007 through to May 2008. Full noise studies, landscape and visual assessments, geology, hydrology and archaeological assessments were also carried out. The findings of these surveys are presented within the Environmental Impact Statement which accompanied the application submitted to Belfast Planning Service Special Studies Division.
Submitted to Belfast Planning Service Headquarters Special Studies Division in December 2008. The application was supported by a full Environmental Impact Assessment of the site and the development.
Copies of the planning application and the environmental documents may be inspected free of charge at the following places:
17-25 Great Victoria Street
(028) 9041 6700
(Strictly by appointment only)
Dungannon & South Tyrone Borough Council
(028) 8772 0368
(Viewing by appointment only)
Printed copies of the Non-Technical Summary (NTS) and the Environment Statement (ES) may be obtained from TCI Renewables Limited.