Blary Hill Windfarm 1

Blary Hill Windfarm

34MW, 14 turbines
Kintyre Peninsula, Argyll

A member of our energy and renewables team, who had intimate knowledge of the proposed windfarm on Kintyre in Argyll and Bute, was seconded to RES, the developer, to close off property matters to facilitate construction of the 14-turbine installation.

As part of the property due diligence, we implemented the strategy to ensure all necessary property rights were documented to construct, generate and export to the national grid, and that the payment structures, lease plan preparation and title reports were sound. 


Because of our deep knowledge of the project, we were able to provide all necessary services for RES, the world’s largest independent renewable energy company, and bring the project to the next stage – construction. The build started in summer 2020 and by September 2021, all 14 turbines were erected. 

Expected to create more than £3.9m of inward investment for the local economy during the wind farm’s construction and first year of operation, Blary Hill will be capable of generating clean, low-carbon and low-cost renewable electricity for around 33,000 homes, making an important contribution towards achieving Scotland’s target of net zero. 

Blary Hill Windfarm 1

Our in-depth understanding of not just Blary Hill windfarm, but the intricacies of landowner negotiation and the necessary property documentation, contributed to a project commencement that had to achieve tight construction and generation timescales.

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Nicola Beaumont

Partner, Energy & Renewables

Experience in the renewables’ development world gives Nicola a 360-degree view of exactly what’s involved in a successful energy project.

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