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SP Energy Networks is committed to respecting your privacy and will comply with all applicable data protection and privacy laws. We’re consulting you to get your views on the Kendoon to Tongland 132kV Reinforcement Project, so we may need to share your information with certain other bodies for the purposes of the consultation and for creating reports. These are: other ScottishPower Group companies; third party service providers, contractors or advisors who provide services to us; the Scottish Government; and relevant local planning authorities.

The last day for submitting feedback is January 26, 2018

Q1. Zone A: Polquhanity to Kendoon 

Our existing 132kV overhead line between Polquhanity (about 3km north of Kendoon) and Kendoon substation is a mixture of single and double circuits supported on steel towers. It will be replaced by a new 132kV double circuit overhead line on steel towers.

Q2. Zone B: Kendoon to Glenlee

The existing 132kV overhead line in this area is a mixture of single and double circuits supported on steel towers.

It will be replaced by three new lines. There is a separate preferred route for each line. We need to complete all three routes as part of the KTR Project.

One route starts at Kendoon substation and ends at Glenlee substation. This will be a new 132kV double circuit overhead line on steel towers.

One route starts at Carsfad substation and ends at Kendoon substation. This will be a new 132kV single circuit overhead line supported on wooden poles.

One route starts at our Earlstoun substation and ends at Glenlee substation. This will be a new 132kV single circuit overhead line supported on wooden poles.

Q3. Zone C: Glenlee to Tongland

Our existing 132kV overhead line between Glenlee substation and Tongland substation is single circuit supported on steel towers. It will be replaced by a new 132kV double circuit overhead line on steel towers.

Q4. Proposed work at substations

Although we will not need to build any new substations, we will need to extend our existing substation at Glenlee to the south west by approximately 90m by 40m.

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