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Turbines set to arrive at Altaveedan Farm Today

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The first wind turbine components are expected to arrive at the site today,  3rd October 2016.

The Abnormal Loads will be transported on specially designed heavy goods vehicles in convoys of up to three components. Each convoy will begin its journey at Larne Harbour and continue along the motorway network to Ballymena and then heading north on the A26 towards Ballymoney.  The convoy will turn right off the A26 onto the A44 through Armoy and turn right onto Lagge Road continuing onto Coolkeeran Road, before turning left onto Glenbush Road, right onto Altnahinch Road and making the final approach to the site by turning left onto Shelton Road and crossing the Crockan Bridge where they are expected to arrive early to mid-afternoon.

Depending on the status of road works at the A26/A44 Junction the deliveries may need to be diverted continuing along the A26 turning right onto the Kilraughts Road(B16) and then reconnecting with the A44.

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