The statutory consultation took place from 25 October to 9 December 2022 and is now closed.

The consultation gave people the opportunity to examine the plans and provide comments / responses for consideration by Pennant Walters and the project team before the Development of National Significance (DNS) application is finalised and submitted to Planning and Environment Decisions Wales (PEDW) for consideration before being determined by Welsh Ministers.

Our consultation featured 3 public exhibitions where people could find out more and discuss the proposals with members of the project team and to view the photomontages:

2022 Public exhibitions

Tuesday 8 November

3 – 7pm


The Factory

Jenkin Street, Porth

CF39 9PP

Wednesday 9 November

3 – 7pm

St John’s Church

Graig St, Graig, Pontypridd

CF37 1NF

Saturday 12 November

10am – 2pm

Tonyrefail Community Centre

Prichard St, Tonyrefail,

CF39 8PA

We also have a virtual exhibition, with the option of listening to the text whilst viewing the boards.

Alternatively, the exhibition boards are also available to view as downloadable PDFs which can be made larger or smaller according to personal preference.

You can also view the photomontages showing what the wind farm would look like from various viewpoints here.

A map showing where the viewpoints were taken from can be accessed here.


Data Protection

All feedback, comments and data submitted to us through the consultation will be stored under General Data Protection Regulations and will not be shared with a third party outside of Grasshopper Communications Limited or Pennant Walters Limited. You can request that your details are removed at any time by contacting us using the details above or on the contact us page.