Our experts can advise on the complicated requirements for off- and onshore wind farming.
Developers are generally enthusiastic into entering voluntary agreements, with compulsory powers in the background, but negotiating these can be complicated and understanding the detail not only the law, but also the construction process is key to receiving the right agreement.
Offshore wind continues apace with the East of England being at the forefront due to the numerous sand banks in the North Sea.
In 2020 the government reversed its policy for onshore wind farms enabling producers to continue after a brief hiatus.
In view of these developments the land around the substations becomes of great interest to battery storage and solar developers.