A Roscommon County Council refusal of changes to a previously granted permission for wind turbines has been appealed to the higher planning authority.
Peter Gillooly had sought permission to make adjustments to granted turbines at Derrane & Roxborough earlier this year.
The amendments sought a range of adjustments including the increase of turbine 1 hub height to 95.5 metres, which would increase the blade tip height to 164.6 metres.
Turbine 2 would have had a hub height and blade tip height of 81 metres and 150 metres respectively.
Also included in the planning application was the relocation of underground electric cabling, relocation of the access road and the installation of a transformer and battery storage unit.
Roscommon County Planners refused the application for amendments to the original planning permission last month.
Both the previously accepted permission and the newer application for amendments were the subject of several submissions from locals.
These objections highlighted residents' concerns over the increased height of the turbine height and the proximity of the substation to neighbouring properties.
The applicant has now appealed the refusal of amendments to An Bord Pleanála.