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Wind farms - planning issues, community benefits and case studies

12 December 2013
Strule Arts Centre, Omagh, County Tyrone

Download copies of the presentations from this meeting below:

Planning and wind farms – now and post re-organisation
Speaker: Angus Kerr, Director of Planning Policy Division, DoE

Wind as part of an energy management strategy for a local authority
Speaker: Steve Cirell, Consultant

Realising community benefits from wind schemes
Speaker: Lauri McClusker, Director, The Fermanagh Trust

Landscape / visual impact assessments for wind turbine applications
Speaker: Mansil Miller, Assistant Director: Landscape, Landscape Architects Team, NIEA

Wind and noise - do they always go together?
Speaker: Raymond Smyth, Principal EHO – Western Group, Omagh

A local authority owned scheme – can you do it yourself?
Speaker: Steve Cirell, Consultant

Community benefits - a local joint approach
Speaker: Rachelle Craig, Change Manager – Derry Strabane Cluster, Strabane District

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