LandWorks played an instrumental role in the recent New Hampshire Siting Evaluation Committee decision to approve the 9 turbine Antrim Wind Project in Antrim, NH. This is a project that had previously been denied a Certificate of Site and Facility based on a finding that the project would result in an unreasonable adverse effect on aesthetics. Retained by the project developers, Walden Green Energy, LandWorks advised the developer on changes to the project, and then prepared a comprehensive and detailed analysis that concluded unequivocally that the project would not unduly undermine the aesthetics of the region due to its overall lack of visibility, its location on a highly suitable site for the project, and the fact that it would not interfere with the use and enjoyment of several key scenic resources in the project vicinity.
The project’s legal counsel acknowledged LandWorks’ pivotal role and wrote:
“Thanks again … for all your hard work. This was a really tough one but we executed the plan and turned this around. Great outcome.”