Scottish ministers reject onshore wind farms over wild landscape concerns

Two major onshore wind projects in the Scottish Highlands have been rejected by ministers because of their potential impact on the country’s wild landscape

Lochan a' Choire, Creag Meagaidh
Creag Meagaidh falls within Scotland's wild land area 19

Two major onshore wind projects in the Scottish Highlands have been rejected by ministers because of their potential impact on the country’s wild landscape.

Both development proposals were located in Scottish wild land areas but were rejected by ministers on Monday as areas of recognised national importance.

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