- 'These weren’t a few birds': the Mynydd y Gwynt wind farm DCO refusal and the Habitats Regulations
- The Habitats Regulations
- Red kites
- The Secretary of State’s decision
- Wider points of note
- Reaching agreement with NRW or Natural England
- Post examination questions
- No rubber stamp
Planning analysis: Sheridan Treger, senior associate, and Paul Grace, associate director, in the planning and environment team at BLP, consider the lessons for the wider major infrastructure industry from a particular project, Mynydd y Gwynt’s DCO application for an onshore wind farm in Powys, west of Aberystwyth, refused in November 2015.
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