On the evening of Wednesday 10th October 2012, MeyGen presented a project update to an audience of local residence and interested parties at the Canisbay Community Hall following an invitation from the Dunnet and Canisbay Community Council. At the meeting Ed Rollings, MeyGen’s Environment and Consents Manager provided an overview of the project and a detailed update of the onshore plans that have been submitted to The Highland Council for adjudication. There were a number of questions raised by the audience which were found to be common to questions that have been asked of MeyGen by other local sources since the submission to the planning authorities. In light of this, MeyGen have issued a set of Frequently Asked Questions and answers directly to local households in the local area. It is the hope of the team at MeyGen that this will provide clarity to local residence in its continued efforts to maintain open dialogue will stakeholders. A copy of the presentation and of the letter that has been hand delivered locally can be downloaded from the following links
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