Preserve Hills of Gold Signage
Wind Energy Partners say the delay is the result of extra studies on the project’s visual and noise impacts, which have been undertaken in response to community concerns.
Wind Energy Partners spokesman Jamie Chivers said the company planned to take the first official step with the NSW government “within the next month, or hopefully before then”.
While the additional studies were finalised, it was “really hard to summarise them in a few words”.
“We’re consulting some of the closer landowners about the results and they’ll be made publicly available soon,” Mr Chivers said

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