Download the planning documents

Some two years of study have gone into the production of the planning documents in support of our application to build and operate 3 wind turbines and ancillary equipment at Ascog Farm, Isle of Bute as a community/renewable energy project.

Please download and read the documents below: By default the documents will open in a new Tab (or Window) in your browser OR they may be downloaded and opened in your PDF viewer.

You will need the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) Reader (free download) or some similar PDF Viewer to open the documents.

If you would like to download all of the documents in a ZIP archive please use the link below:
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NOTE: You may also Right-Click (Windows) or Control-Click (Mac) and hit 'Save target as...'/'Download linked file...' (respectively) to save the documents to a location you specify on your computer.

Please be aware that the files are quite large (e.g. near enough 50MB for the complete ZIP archive) so depending upon your connection speed downloads may take a while.

Alternatively, bound documents are available for inspection at the offices of Argyll & Bute Council, Kilmory, Lochgilphead, Argyll, PA31 8RT. The documents are also available on the Argyll & Bute Council web site. Click 'View associated documents' once the page has loaded.

Electronic content may also be requested from SAC Environment and Design, Pentland Building, Bush Estate, Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26 0PH. SAC charge £10 for electronic copies on CD although the Non Technical Summary may be requested free of charge.

Supplementary noise and visual documents

On 11 December 2012 Argyll & Bute planning officers wrote requesting additional information concerning noise and visual impact.

Please download and read the documents below:


If you've got this far we would recommend downloading and reading the documents above, especially the Non Technical Summary, Environmental Statement and Planning Statement.

Once you have done so we would be most grateful if you would show your support for the scheme.