Tiree Onshore Scenario Mapping study
Argyll and Bute Council is working in partnership with Marine Scotland, Scottish Government, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Tiree Community Development Trust, The Crown Estate, Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited, Scottish Natural Heritage and Scottish Power Renewables to examine and better understand any potential on-shore implications associated with the proposed Argyll Array off-shore wind farm off Tiree.
Following a tendering exercise, Environmental Consultants Ironside Farrar has been appointed to help the Steering Group take forward the study, over the next six months.
The project will consider the on-shore implications arising from 4 scenarios identified by SPR, for operations and maintenance activity, throughout the development of the wind farm. You can find out more about the 4 scenarios and how the study will be progressed on the Tiree On-shore Scenario Mapping Presentation.
Engagement with the community and key stakeholders is at the heart of the process. Consultation is planned throughout the study period.
‘Please note this tender document was circulated to all bidders and under Public Procurement Regulations the terms of the contract may have changed during clarifications, or post tender negotiations.’