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Erskine & Devol Moor: OHL Replacement (2010)

SP Energy Networks is proposing to upgrade and replace the existing 132kV overhead line between Erskine and Devol Moor Substations.

It is proposed to upgrade the existing single circuit 132kV overhead line with a double circuit 132kV overhead line in order to provide security of supply to the existing developed areas of Greenock, Erskine and Paisley.

Following the initial consultation in October 2007, we have reviewed all the consultation responses for the original preferred route and have decided to go back to consultation on the revised route for the overhead line.

Following a review of the consultation responses, a proposed route for the overhead line will be confirmed and a full Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) will be undertaken. The line will be subject to a Section 37 consent and deemed planning consent from the Scottish Ministers. The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) will accompany the application for consent.

A copy of the revised 2010 consultation documents (18MB) and leaflets (15.4MB) can be downloaded here. Details for comments and queries can be found in the leaflet.

For reference, we have included the October 2007 consultation documents, which can be downloaded below.

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