We are committed to consulting with local communities and stakeholders as we progress through the consenting phase of the project.

This engagement is essential and will provide an opportunity for communities and stakeholders to be kept up to date on project developments and provide feedback which can improve our project design and delivery.

As part of this consultation the Broadshore, Sinclair and Scaraben Offshore Wind Farms (collectively referred to as the Broadshore Hub) and the Bellrock Offshore Wind Farm are hosting a series of public consultation events between 5 and 9 February 2024.

The consultation events will be an opportunity to meet the development team and find out more about the projects and the areas under consideration for landfall, cable corridors and onshore substations. With each of the four projects at an early stage of development, this is an ideal opportunity for local stakeholders and communities to provide feedback which could help shape and inform the projects going forward.


Consultation event details:

Monday 5 February 2024, 3 – 8pm

Crimond Community Hub, Logie Avenue West, Crimond, AB43 8QJ

Tuesday 6 February 2024, 12 – 8pm

Fraserburgh Golf Club, Philorth Links, Fraserburgh, AB43 8TL

Wednesday 7 February 2024, 12 – 8pm

Longside Football Social Club, Davidson Park, Station Road, Longside, AB42 4GR

Thursday 8 February 2024, 12 – 8pm

Peterhead Football Club, Balmoor Terrace, Peterhead, AB42 1EQ

Friday 9 February 2024, 10am – 1pm

MACBI Community Hub, Newlands Road, Mintlaw, AB42 5GP


A virtual consultation room will also be available online between Monday 5 and Friday 9 February 2024 (inclusive) and can be accessed here.

Find out more about our consultation events here.

For further information on these consultation events or the projects, please contact the development team at [email protected].



We believe in sharing the benefits of the green energy transformation with the communities where we operate.

A key element of our Scottish floating offshore wind projects is the development of a community ownership model, governed independently, and directed by the communities in which the projects will operate.

The model could create a blueprint, shaping the future of community benefit from floating offshore wind projects throughout the whole of Scotland. This builds on Renantis’ successful track record of deploying similar schemes for a number of its onshore wind farms in Scotland. We are currently working in partnership with community ownership experts Energy4All to explore the options.


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