Pictures

Above, artist’s impression of the Belford Burn proposal as viewed from Holy Island

Above, artist’s impression of both the Belford Burn and Middleton Burn proposals as viewed from Holy Island

Above, the Middlemoor and Wandylaw turbines as already viewed from Holy Island

THE WIND RUSH IN NORTHUMBERLAND:

From the Windbyte website.

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KEY: Yellow – Pre-application; Red – Planning Application; Green – Consented/Under construction; Blue – Operating; White – refused/withdrawn/abandoned/derelict. Large markers with a black spot represent ‘Section 36’ applications (over 50MW nominal capacity).
Dots represent smaller, so-called ‘farm-scale’ turbines (often as big as commercial turbines).

Turbines smaller than 30m (100 ft)are not recorded. Dozens of 15-30m turbines have been built or consented in Northumberland.

St Cuthbert's Cave

St Cuthbert’s Cave, © Don Brownlow Photography

Artists impression of proposed turbines from Belford Church

Artists impression of proposed turbines from Belford Church

Artists impression, view from St Cuthberts Way to Bamburgh and The Farnes
A child inside the hub of a turbine

125m Vestas V90 Turbine, Aikengall, Lammermuirs. 

Moving a section of turbine Taken from Windbyte