Proposed a solar installation at Inkersall Grange Farm, Inkersall Grange Road, Bilsthorpe, Nottinghamshire, NG22 8TN.

The proposal involves Lightsource bp funding the development of a solar installation that will connect into the local electricity network onsite, and will have an output power capacity of 49.9MW (Megawatts).

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    Site selection

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    preliminary assessments & site design

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    planning application

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    discharge of planning conditions

  • construction

  • operation

  • decommissioning

 

Through our initial assessments we have selected the site area shown below, and we’re now undertaking a wide range of environmental assessments to help shape our plans. These include landscape and visual, heritage and archaeology, ecology and more.

We held an information event on 20th May 2019 at The Markham Suite at Rufford Mill, Rufford Abbey Country Park, Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, NG22 9DG, to inform the local community and ask for their feedback. Representatives from Lightsource bp were on hand to answer any questions about the proposal from local residents and interested parties, and we sent out an information leaflet to the local community, as well as a press release to local newspapers.

Download Information Leaflet

  • 16,633
    homes powered per year (equivalent)
  • 20,938
    tonnes of carbon emissions saved
  • 4,455
    cars taken off the road per year (equivalent)

Our proposal

Our plans were finalised following feedback from the community information event and the results of our environmental and planning assessments. These are our current thoughts.

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