Appeal to reverse decision of Scottish Border Council;
Appeal being made to Scottish Border Council to reverse previous decision;
Chief Planning officer
Please ask for:
1st October 2015
PLANNING APPLICATION NO: 13/00789/FUL
PROPOSAL: 13/00789/FULWind farm development comprising of 9 No wind turbines and associated infrastructure/buildings/access (further revised scheme – tip heights of Turbines 1, 2 and 4 reduced to 110m – all others to remain at 125m)
LOCATION: Land North East And North West Of Farmhouse Braidlie (Windy Edge) Hawick Scottish Borders
APPEAL UNDER SECTION 47 OF THE TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (SCOTLAND) ACT 1997
I am writing to advise you that an appeal has been lodged with Scottish Ministers against the decision of the Council that the above application be refused. A reporter appointed by Scottish Ministers will decide the procedure by which the appeal will be determined. A copy of your original representations will be included in the papers which I will be preparing in relation to the appeal. If you wish to make any further representations in respect of the appeal, you should write direct to the Directorate for Planning and Environmental Appeals, 4 The Courtyard, Callendar Business Park, Callendar Road, Falkirk, FK1 1XR, within 14 days from the receipt of this letter.
Chief Planning Officer
Windy Edge wind farm scheme rejected
29 June 2015 BBC
From the section South Scotland
Councillors have refused plans for a wind farm south of Hawick due to concerns over its landscape impact.
Infinis UK wanted to put up nine turbines in the Windy Edge project north of Hermitage Castle.
The project had attracted more than 300 letters of opposition, along with more than 100 in support of the scheme.
Planning officials recommended refusal, saying it would be “incongruous and anachronistic”. Councillors voted by six to two to reject the proposals.
Supporters of the scheme claimed the turbines would have less of an impact on the landscape than forestry, and that it would help combat climate change.
Opponents believed there would be adverse visual impacts on areas like Hermitage Castle and the wider landscape.
Cessford (Duke of Roxburghe -Ker), Ferniehirst (Clan Kerr chief), Redheugh (Clan Elliot chief) all linked to Northern British Power (NBW), and the SBC (Scottish Border Council) is linked to Cessford, Ferniehirst and Redheugh, all are supporting, Infinis Windy Edge, wind farm placed on the land which acting chief Martin Ellot/Elliot lived on between the Ellot/Elliot estate of Gorrenberry, an the greatest know historical antiquity to Scottish Borderers through out the world, that of The Hermitage Castle.
Step by step deception by;
Cessford (Duke of Roxburghe -Ker), Ferniehirst (Clan Kerr chief), Redheugh (Clan Elliot chief) all linked to Northern British Power (NBW), and the SBC (Scottish Border Council), which are riding not with the borderers of Clan Armstrong and Buccleuch, but are riding with and supporting the English; Infinis, Windy Edge in this industrial destruction, on an historical antiquity, which is most likely to bring more funds to people of the region than what these border playing have record of promising people in the past.
Widow paid just £500 for her garden by £7.7m wind farm giant
A WIND farm company worth £7.7million paid an elderly widow just £500 for land essential to a 20-turbine development in the Highlands.
By KATY SUTHERLAND
PUBLISHED: 00:01, Sun, Mar 16, 2014
North British Windpower made the deal in 2008 when one of the firm’s directors visited Marie Greenaway, 84, at her tumbledown cottage in Errogie, Inverness-shire.
The developers needed her front garden to allow improvements to the main road leading to the controversial Corriegarth wind farm scheme, in the Monadhliath Mountains.
above added 11/26/2015
Deception has been used to get support for Fernihirst
Gorrenberry is riding with Buccleuch, and Clan Armstrong to protect the Hermitage Castle. The last time we had opportunity to ride together was for the protection of Kinmont Willie Armstrong, and now it is for protection of The Hermitage Castle.
Where do I know you folks from;
When Robert Elwald was receiving lands of Redhuegh, New and Old Lariston, and Hartsgarth, you brothers Ker, now Kerr Clan Chief, and the Duke of Roxburghe, but then Ferniehirst built in 1470, you where the brothers Cessford; and Walter. Ferniehirst was built and used as a prison for the Elwald/Ellot. One can see me listed twice in the above as William Elwald of Gorrenberry.
Yes, Buck, Walter Scot of Edshaw/Branxholm/Buccleuch is listed also, a by then he also represents the stewardship of Armstrong lands of Mangerton;
Walter of Edshaw/Branxholm/Buccleuch has stewardship of lands, which the Armstrong, and Elwald/Ellot feel they have natural ownership of.
It is felt that this Walter Scot of Edshaw is the son of David Scot of Buccleuch.
As one can see Edshaw/Buccleuch, acquired the responsibility to protecting the Hermitage Castle in 1470.
The land at this time 1470, which Archibald “Bell the Cat” fifth Earl of Angus, Douglas, passed his land to his brother William Douglas of Cavers east of the land of Buccleuch, in Treviotdale.
The land was passed to Patrick Hephburn; first Bothwell of region;
Where, Martin Ellot would lease land from Bothwell, along with William Ellot of Gorrenberry.
Though the land of Gorrenberry, housed the youngest son of Gavin baillie, and of Baillillie, named after his occupation to the Bothwell family. Archie Keen (Archibald Ellot the wise), and Clementis Hobs, Clement Corsar’s nephew Robert Elwaldof Andrew (Dand) Ellot, youngest of Gavinis William, Gavinis Robert and Andrew, of Archie’s Will. son of William Elwald of Gorrenberry listed in the sasine/deed above.
Andrew (Dand) living in Baillillie would come to Gorrenberry to visit, Archie and Clementis his second son. Because he was being hidden away in Baillillie being accused in the slaughter of a Hugh Douglas, the family made up a story about the noise he was making, like when he was trying to help the family by chopping wood. This would be the story “The Cowie of Gorrenberry”. His first son Andrew (Dand the Cow) was baillie of the Burgess of Selkirk.
It is felt my family was raised with a Gib, in Baillillie. Dandis Gib where Andrew is considered the uncle, an brother by to the first biological son of Gavin the baillie, this would be Gavin the Clark (clerk) older brother to Archie Keen.
The sister to Buccleuch, a Jean Scot was married to Robert of Redheugh Chief, of Clan Ellot, and secondly married Gavin of Horsleyhill, Baillillie and Stobs.
Her first son, Robert, and the in-laws the Hamiliton, did not seem to get along with Gavin of Horsleyhill, Baillillie and Stobs.
There was a William of Lariston which became a William of Lariston of/in Hartsgarth.
A tower was built at Hartsgarth for the mistress of Robert Ellot of Redheugh, living in Lariston, called Meg Kidd. His second son by Meg Kidd is Gilbert (Gib).
Gilbert named his first son William. Since Gilbert did not have a place to go he became the stepson of Gavin, with non-biological mother Jean Scot, sister to Buccleuch.
Gavin did not get along with Jean Scots mother-in-law by first marriage, and was considering to harm her.
Robert of Redheugh wanted to execute Buccleuch also;
The solution was to transfer the chieftain from Redheugh to Stobs.
Stobs was purchased by Gavin for his grandson, son of Gibert of Redheugh/Stobs, and Margeret (Fendy) Scot, and tutored by a well educated family to became the chief.
This was at the time of the English Civil War where a today’s line of Bucks (Buccleuch) started with the illegitimate son of King Charles II, which my family Anglican/Episcopalian, like the King Charles II family and like Buccleuch today is fought for.
Lost prisoner by Cromwell in London, and indentured to the American Plantation ca 1650.
The land we left behind in our homeland is Gorrenberry, which after the Union became apart of Braidlie were Martin Ellot which the grain of Gorrenberry rode from. Yes, Gavin may have acquired land names after land Martin was leasing from Bothwell, and lived in the region of The Hermitage Castle to protect it up north called Braidlie, so Martin Ellot could say he is of Braidley, but the Ker of Cessford, Ferniehirst, aligned with Redheugh, with the corporate powers of Northern British Windpower (NBW) supported by The Scottish Border Council as on can see by the map the border council made and used by Clan Elliot;
Old Gorrenberry Cottage. Gorrenberry Cottage. Gorrenberry Enterprises.Gorrenberry House (Holiday Let). Gorrenberry Farm. Upper Dinley Cottage.Braidlie ..
It is felt the Scottish Borders Council knows where Braidlie is near Gorrenberry, but because of the proposed Infinis, Windy Edge wind farm they could possibly be expressing themselves differently.
It should be noted that the Borders Regional Council is now the Scottish Borders Council, which made the map and did not put Martin Ellot in the proper locations. Cessford, Ferniehirst, and Redheugh are up to their old deceptive tricks.
Gorrenberry does not ride with border traitors who want to destroy the historical antiquity of the borderlands The Hermitage Castle, and my Scottish homeland of Gorrenberry;
Gorrenberry does not ride with Cessford (Roxburghe -Ker), chiefs of the Kerr (most Kerr are riding to protect the borderlands, accept these two), and Elliot clans, and their council under their control The Scottish Border Council.
Gorrenberry, like with Kinmont rides with the Armstrong (Clan Armstrong Trust) and Buccleuch (Buccleuch Estates) to protect the borderlands where displace Scots from around the world can come home to.
Mark S. Elliott 6/19/2015
Wind Energy’s Absurd
January 12 · 2015
Trouble ahead in The Borders!
The lawyer acting for the Buccleuch Estate and the Hermitage Action Group has put a marker down to Scottish Borders Council in respect of Infinis’ revised proposal for the Windy Edge windfarm.
“My clients maintain that your council is acting outwith its statutory powers in this matter…I specifically reserve my clients’ right to challenge any decision made by your council in its determination of the application.”
The Council maintains that the change is not substantial and that it has acted lawfully.
There are many objections to this proposal which the Council has said that it cannot consider until June.
“Logistically, it is very difficult for staff and committee members to assess more than one wind farm at any monthly meeting.
“I am aware this news will be frustrating to you, but unfortunately, due to the volume of [wind farm] applications, this is the earliest slot available for Windy Edge.
“I apologise for this delay in processing your application.”
This, again, indicates that Councils are swamped, and have no choice but to run the risk that the developer will go running to the Scottish Government for determination.
SBC could face fight over wind farm move
A legal challenge is likely to be launched if Scottish Borders Council approves a contentious wind farm bid in June.
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Sheila Cassidy, Dorothy Waterworth and 2 others like this.
Lyndsey Ward Happened here in the Highlands too with Moy. Highland Council are overwhelmed as are many other authorities and missed the deadline. Their intention was to refuse but the windies scuttled off to the SG and got approval. Highland Council should have challenged the decision by the SG but didn’t have enough money to do so. The whole system is geared up for the developers not people.
3 · January 12 at 6:56am
added by MSE 6/21/2015
Since I am from Gallup, New Mexico, USA if someone could represent me it would be greatly appreciated. My family utilized the Scottish Border spelling in the American Plantation from about 1650, but after the Revolution of 1776, we spelled it Elliott with two “t”s.
Service Director Regulatory Services
Please ask for : Committee Services
Application Ref : 13/00789/FUL
Your Ref :
Date : 22nd June 2015
22nd June 2015
PLANNING APPLICATION NO: 13/00789/FUL
PROPOSAL: Wind farm development comprising of 9 No wind turbines and associated infrastructure/buildings/access (further revised scheme – tip heights of Turbines 1, 2 and 4 reduced to 110m – all others to remain at 125m)
Land North East And North West Of Farmhouse Braidlie (Windy Edge) Hawick Scottish Borders
Would Appreciate if someone could represent me.
Mark Elliott 6/23/2015
Local Gallup, New Mexico, USA news;
Navajo (Diné Bizaad) Navajo is a member of the Athabaskan branch of the Na-Dené language family and is spoken by about 120,000 people in Arizona and New Mexico. It is closely related to the Apache languages, but completely unrelated to other Native American languages.
Navajo The Diné in Canada one fines The Dineh the linguistic base for The Diné/Dineh in Athabaskan means the people.
Without a written language one can say with the same language base that Navajo The Diné, came from where The Dineh are from an that is Canada to the Colorado Plateau, the Four Corners, USA, CO, NM, AZ, & UT. The Germanic language has been brought to the Scottish borders, and but utilizing the same language, one can say a people brought the Germanic language to Scotland.
Mission is to save sacred sites, such as The Hermitage Castle. It should be noted; The Corporate World inclusive of Northern British Windpower (NBW), and Infinis of Windy Edge, are destroying the world.
As technologies get less mechanical, and cheaper, and less obtrusive like nano-technology, decreasing the cost of solar energy which produces energy at peaks. Genealogy is a major use of computer research in the United Kingdom, and progresses foreword with combined sharing knowledge, one has a mathematical progression showing those who are will to bring about destruction to historical ancestral sites such as The Hermitage Castle in order for corporate profits, and bringing back an old family Ker-Scot feud, and these people will be looked upon as traitors to their society.
Mark Elliott 6/21/2015