Northland Power is fully committed to working in partnership and engaging with local communities and stakeholders throughout the development, construction, and operation of our projects.
Consultation with local communities and stakeholders is at the heart of our project development process and we look forward to maintaining and continuing to build upon the strong relationships already established with communities and stakeholder representatives on the Western Isles/North-West of Scotland.
Working with the communities closest to our projects is an important part of how we want to develop Spiorad na Mara and Havbredey. Listening to and engaging with the public and all our stakeholders is an important part of this.
We welcome feedback on our proposals and encourage you to take the opportunity to help shape the design and development of our projects prior to the submission of applications for the necessary planning consents.
There are several ways you can get in touch with us to ask questions, provide feedback, or even just to stay in touch as our plans develop. We very much look forward to hearing from you.
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If you have a query or comment, simply complete the form below and a member of the team will get back to you as soon as possible
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