The Bracklyn Wind Farm development team is continuing to offer telephone consultation calls. Anyone with questions about the proposals can call the freephone number 1800 140 976, to schedule a time for a follow up call.

 

The development team is also preparing to resume limited face-to-face consultation sessions, by appointment only, from Wednesday 15th July, in line with continuing social distancing measures and the most up-to-date government and public health advice.

 

Local consultation clinics are scheduled to take place throughout the month of July at the following locations:

 

  • Wednesday 15th July at Bracklyn House (Midday until 8 pm.)

  • Thursday 16th July at Bracklyn House (Midday until 8 pm.)

  • Monday 27th July at Delvin Community Hall (Midday until 8 pm.)

Galetech Energy Developments are committed to safe and proactive engagement with members of the public and will be introducing the following strict social distancing measures to facilitate community consultation during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic:

 

  • Anyone wishing to contact the project team should telephone the freephone number 1800 140 976 to request a call back or book a face-to-face appointment, stating their preferred time and venue.

  • Appointments are for individuals or members of the same household only.

  • Dividers will be in place, hand sanitiser and face masks (optional) will be provided and surfaces will be wiped down after each appointment. 

  • Attendees will be asked to arrive no earlier than five minutes before their scheduled appointment.

  • The Bracklyn wind farm project team will continue to post development updates on the project website at www.bracklynwindfarm.ie 

A spokesperson for the Bracklyn wind farm project said, “The safety of residents, staff at our clinic locations and the development team is a priority during this consultation process, while also ensuring we have the opportunity to engage with all local stakeholders.  We will therefore continue to follow government guidance and we recommend that local people consult our project website and use the freephone number to contact us with their questions.

 

“While we encourage people to keep using the services we have in place, we are also preparing to facilitate limited and safe face-to-face meetings to ensure every means is available to the public to engage with the development team.”