Turbines which could affect the views from a North-east castle have been earmarked for approval, despite concerns from a community council.
Inverurie firm Green Cat Renewables wants to build two 242ft turbines to land north of Fyvie Castle and the plan looks set to be given permission.
Aberdeenshire Council’s planning service has suggested to members of the region’s area committee there is nothing to prevent the massive structures from being installed on the land.
Groups including Aberdeen International Airport, Atkins Global and British Telecom were consulted on the project and have not raised any objections.
Members of Fyvie Community Council, however, do not want the scheme to go ahead. Gordon Duncan, the group’s chairman, wrote to the planning service in May about local people’s fears surrounding the structures.
However the local authority’s director of infrastructure services, Stephen Archer, will urge local councillors at tomorrow’s meeting to push the turbines through.