Littleton Wind Farm Consultation Material – Autumn/Winter 2021
Since our first round of Public Consultations conducted in recent months, we have progressed the project design, and have now produced a draft layout for the proposed development.
To view the latest Public Consultation Material please click on the links below:
Virtual Consultation Room
As part of our Community Engagement activities, we have updated the Lemanaghan Wind Farm “Virtual Consultation Room’ that was launched last March as part of our Communication Tools for the project. The Virtual Consultation Room contains a number of interactive features including a 360° Photomontage viewer and a virtual ‘fly by’ video of the site location. To view the latest Virtual Consultation Room, please click here
Community Engagement Sessions
Bord na Móna intend to hold a series of Community Engagement Sessions regarding its draft layout for the proposed Littleton Wind Farm as follows:
Tuesday 30th November: Moycarkey-Borris Community Centre
Wednesday 1st December: Glengoole Community Hall
Thursday 2nd December: Gortnahoe Community Centre
All sessions will run from 5pm-9pm.
Bord na Móna invites you to attend one of these Community Engagement Sessions during the scheduled opening hours. For more information on the proposed development contact the Project’s Community Liaison Officer Colm on 087-4143305.
These Sessions will be held in line with the most up to date Covid-19 Government Health Guidelines. Attendees will be required to provide proof of COVID Certificate & ID before entry.
Request a Consultation Pack
Over the coming weeks the project's Community Liaison Officer will be calling to homes in the vicinity of the proposed development to provide them with a consultation pack.
If you would like to receive a postal copy of the consultation pack, please click here
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The purpose of the Littleton Wind Farm is to generate renewable electricity for the domestic electricity market in Ireland.
We ensure that local communities in the area benefit from the development of our wind farms by providing various benefits arising from their construction and operation.
We are committed to continuing to keep local residents informed about the proposed wind farm.
Fulfilment of statutory and regulatory obligations is at the forefront of the Littleton Wind Farm project.
Wind generated 32% of all electricity in Ireland in 2019, second only to natural gas.
Ireland has a national target to move to 80% renewable electricity by 2030.
In 2019, wind generated more than three times the energy in Ireland than that of coal, peat and oil combined.
For independent advice and information on wind energy.
If you require further information, please contact us.
Visit a Wind Farm
If you would like to visit our Mountlucas Wind Farm, please contact us for a tour.