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The onshore construction element of the Seagreen Offshore Wind Farm development has begun with work underway at the Carnoustie Links Golf Course which will be undertaken by our Principal Contractor Nexans.

To ensure a safe environment for all, we are temporarily closing Core Path 170 as highlighted in red on the map below for approximately six months. To minimise the impact of this temporary closure there is a diversion route through the Golf Course and along Core Path 169 as shown in yellow/black on the map below:

We are committed to the safety of the public and our construction team and we apologise for any inconvenience this temporary closure may cause.

Notice boards and diversion signage will be in place at the locations shown along the route as detailed on the map above.

If you have any questions please get in touch with Pauline Allison, our Stakeholder Engagement Manager, by email at or by phone on 0141 224 7192.

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*1.62 million homes powered per annum based on Typical Domestic Consumption Values (Medium Electricity Profile Class 1, 2,900kWh per household; OFGEM, January 2020), typical 50% wind load factor, and projected installed capacity of up to 1.1GW. Two-thirds of homes in Scotland based on Household Estimates Scotland 2019 (National Records of Scotland, June 2020). Quoted 2.23m t/CO2 reductions per annum based on expected annual output against average 446 t/CO2 per GWh (BEIS Digest of UK Energy Statistics, July 2020). Quoted removal of cars based on projected annual carbon abated and calculated against recorded average of 5.89m t/CO2 by cars on roads in Scotland in 2017 (Carbon Account for Transport 2019, Transport Scotland).

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