where there may be a consultation posted. Nothing there yet (4th March 2008).
Because; The BBC says
"A planning shake-up to make it easier for householders to install solar panels, wind turbines and ground heat pumps is being considered.
Energy Minister Stewart Stevenson is consulting on whether micro-generation equipment could be set up without the need for planning permission.
Micro-generation is a vital part of the government's plan to cut Scotland's carbon emissions by 80% by 2050.
The planning regulations would make the systems easier to install.
Under the government's plans, solar panels and ground heat pumps would no longer need planning permission, provided they were not in a conservation area.
Wind turbines would need to be less than three metres tall and at least 100m away from the next house.
Mr Stevenson said it was a matter of balancing energy needs with the look of streets and houses.
The public consultation will be carried out over the next 10 weeks."
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