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Petition by Tessa Packard  
 
Closed Petitions - Petition PE1357  
Tessa Packard on behalf of Black Mountain Farms, Faccombe Estates, Horseupcleugh Estate, Burncastle Estate, Cranshaws and Longformacus Community Councils calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to convene an inquiry to consider the process for consenting onshore and offshore renewable energy generating stations and whether the process achieves an adequate cost/benefit and planning developments/environment balance, particularly for those in rural communities and whether its energy and planning policies compete against local communities' priorities for land and landscape conservation, tourism and public recreation.  
Petitioner: Tessa Packard  
On behalf of: Black Mountain Farms, Faccombe Estates, Horseupcleugh Estate, Burncastle Estate, Cranshaws and Longformacus Community Councils 
Number of signatures: 833  
Date lodged: 20 September 2010  
SPICe Briefing: Briefing for PE1357 
Summary:

Written Questions for PE1357  

Written Submissions for PE1357  

5 October 2010 :   The Committee agreed to write to the Scottish Government seeking a response to points raised in the petition and during the discussion. Link to Official Report 26 January 2010" 

23 November 2010 :   The Committee agreed to write to the Scottish Government seeking a response to specific points. Link to Official Report 23 November 2010" 

8 March 2011 :   The Committee agreed to close the petition under Rule 15.7 of Standing Orders on the grounds that the Scottish Government has provided reasons why it will not convene an inquiry to consider the process for consenting onshore and offshore renewable energy generating stations and has provided a detailed response to the questions raised by the petitioners in their submission of 16 November 2010 (PE21357/C). Link to Official Report 8 March 2011" 

 
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