A DBA and walkover survey were conducted by Headland Archaeology in 2007 to provide supporting information for an Environmental Statement for an access track to the proposed Glenkirk Windfarm near Tomatin. The walkover survey was carried out for two other route options and the extent of this also covered the 'preferred access track' and 1km study corridor. This identified a number of new sites, although none of these were located within the footprint of the preferred route. It was, however, considered that there was potential for unknown buried remains within the proposed development footprint and that further investigation may be needed to define an appropriate mitigation strategy to protect any remains which maybe present. <1>
A subsequent Environmental Statement for the proposed access track was submitted in 2010. However, although minor changes had been made to the route of the track as originally envisaged, a new survey was not carried out, as these were still within the study corridor of the original survey. <2>
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