Resources & News



It is the Llŷr project’s key aim to forge strong local community links from the outset. We will use a range of communication methods to keep our stakeholders informed, including public exhibitions, newsletters, this dedicated website, workshops, media engagement, visits and presentations to schools and local community groups. We will also establish community liaison groups and where appropriate support local events.

Future Stakeholder Events

Considering the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the project will assess newly emergent tools to undertake meaningful “virtual vonsultation.” This will include the provision of a “Digital EIA,” which will not only offer an opportunity to reinforce EIA consultation post-pandemic but will also offer an opportunity to engage as wide a range of audience as possible.

The Llŷr team will undertake a series of stakeholder events to explain the project details and provide the opportunity for organisations and individuals to ask questions and offer feedback.

Details of our stakeholder events will be announced on this website and presentation material subsequently published on this page following each event.


In the coming months, as the project continues to develop its plans, key environmental information will be placed on this website to provide stakeholders with the required information they need to understand the project itself and its wider environmental context. We encourage stakeholders to provide input into the planning process.

How to Participate

The Llŷr team looks forward to engaging with stakeholders and the public as we move forward from the initial concept stage through the consenting process to eventual construction and operation,

You can provide direct feedback by emailing Marc Murray, the Llŷr Wind Project Director at: