Friends of the Irish Environment are supporting the residents of the Ahenny and the Lingaun valley in South Tipperary against their designation as 'open to consideration for wind developments'. The Landscape Policy of South Tipperary, the South Tipperary County Development Plan 2003, and Variation No 7 (adopted by South Tipperary County Council on 4 September 2006) relating to telecommunications masts all argue that these developments must avoids important scenic and archaeological areas like this valley.

FIE supports wind energy development, but only in suitable locations.

See this submission to the South Tipperary County Development Plan.

And our submission on The Department of Environment's Planning Guidelines on Wind Energy Development.
Friends of the Irish Environment are supporting the residents of the Ahenny and the Lingaun valley in South Tipperary against their designation as 'open to consideration for wind developments'. The Landscape Policy of South Tipperary, the South Tipperary County Development Plan 2003, and Variation No 7 (adopted by South Tipperary County Council on 4 September 2006) relating to telecommunications masts all argue that these developments must avoids important scenic and archaeological areas like this valley.

FIE supports wind energy development, but only in suitable locations.

See this submission to the South Tipperary County Development Plan.

And our submission on The Department of Environment's Planning Guidelines on Wind Energy Development.
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