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1. "Permitted development rights - Domestic wind turbines and air source heat pumps" SQW Energy for the Scottish Government,2009 http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2009/12/16092021/0
2. Institute of Acoustics, response to DCLG Consultation Document "Permitted Development Rights for Small Scale Renewable and Low Carbon Energy Technologies, and Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure " - November 2009 http://www.ioa.org.uk/uploads/publication-documents/IOA%20Response%20to%20PDR%20Consultation%208%20February%202010.pdf
3. British Wind Energy Association (now RenewableUK) http://www.bwea.com/small/standard.html
4. However, a degree of comparison may be made with the condition attached to permitted development under class 67 for Telecommunications Development by Code System Operators that a declaration of compliance with the ICNRP is made.
5. "Tall Structures and their Impact on Broadcast and other Wireless Services" Ofcom 2009 http://licensing.ofcom.org.uk/radiocommunication-licences/fixed-terrestrial-links/guidance-for-licensees/wind-farms/tall_structures/
6. It should be noted that the statutory definition of 'road' in Scotland is contained in the Interpretation section 151 of the Roads (Scotland) Act 1984 and includes "any way (other than a waterway) over which there is a public right of passage (by whatever means)". This is generally held to include, inter alia, a footway or a remote footpath.
7. "Assessment and Rating of Noise from Wind Farms" Working Group on Noise from Wind Farms, 1996 http://www.semantise.com/~lewiswindfarms/FOV1-00021BAE/FOV1-00021BD2/1996:00:00%20ETSU-R-97%20-%20Exec%20Summary.pdf?FCItemID=S000C081A]
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