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Application for a wind farm in Hundleton, Pembrokeshire.

First published:
22 November 2021
Last updated:

This a Development of National Significance (DNS) application. A DNS is a type of planning application which is made directly to the Welsh Ministers. Planning and Environment Decisions Wales process the application.

This application is for a wind farm.

The notice of acceptance of the notification of the proposed application was issued on 30 October 2020. Previous documents relating to the acceptance of notification of this application can be viewed on the PEDW Planning Casework Page by searching on the DNS reference DNS/3261355.

Any documents relating to the application submitted on 11 October 2021 will be published on this website.

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Overview

Developer: Rhoscrowther Wind Farm Limited.

About this application: Construction and operation of three (3) wind turbines with maximum tip height of 135m together with ancillary development comprising substation compound, electricity transformers, control building, new site entrances, access tracks, crane hardstanding, temporary construction compound and associated works. The 3 turbines will have a total installed capacity of 12.9MW.

Application location: Land off Refinery Road, Hundleton, Pembrokeshire, SA71 5SJ.

Stage: This examination is now in suspension, and will resumed on 2nd May 2022.

Procedure: To be determined

Submitted: 11 October 2021