At SP Energy Networks, our aim is to keep you informed on works underway on the project as it progresses. To find out what is happening locally in your area please use the links below:
- Beauly/Denny Update Summer 2015
- Beauly/Denny Update February 2015
- Beauly/Denny update Sept. 2014
- Denny Substation
- Overhead Line from Denny to Carbrook Mains (A9)
- Overhead Line & the Eastern Villages: Carbrook Mains (A9) to Manor Powis (A907)
- Overhead Line at Manor Powis, Yellowcraig Wood and the Wharry Burn
- Beauly to Dunblane (SSE Section of the Project)
- Beauly Denny Update 2014
You’ll also find archive documents below
- Major New Substation in Denny
- ScottishPower press release 7th December 2011
- Scottish and Southern Energy press release
Stirling Visual Impact Mitigation Scheme
Stirling Visual Impact Mitigation Scheme leaflet
- Download (12MB)
Our Stirling Visual Impact Mitigation Scheme leaflet is available to download (12MB).
The consultation report is split into three parts:
Part 1: Consultation Report
Prepared by SP Transmission Ltd; Part 1 presents the measures that SPT have considered to form part of the Stirling Visual Impact Mitigation Scheme and following environmental, technical and regulatory evaluation what measures SPT actually propose to form the mitigation proposals.
- Part 1 (3.7MB)
Part 2: Undergrounding in the Stirling Area of the Beauly-Denny 400kV Line
Prepared by Cable Consulting International Ltd and PB Power; Part 2 presents the findings of a review of the technical and cost elements of the Beauly - Denny Public Inquiry documents on undergrounding. The review also considers any significant developments in terms of costs or technology updates since the end of the Beauly Denny Public Inquiry. The outcome of the review was presented to SPT to be evaluated against their statutory duties, the findings of which are presented in Part 1.
Part 3: Stirling Visual Impact Mitigation
Prepared by Wardell Armstrong; Part 3 sets out a background to the route of the 400kV line in the Stirling area with consideration of the landscape and visual commitments already made prior to and during the Public Inquiry. Wardell Armstrong identify opportunities available that would further reduce landscape and visual impacts in the Stirling area in order to address the objectives of condition 19. These opportunities were presented to SPT to be evaluated against their statutory duties, the findings of which are presented in Part 1.
- Part 3 (15MB)
As this document is somewhat large, we have split it into multiple parts for easier downloading: