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Submission: Whinfield Solar Farm

We are delighted to have submitted a planning application for Whinfield Solar Farm near Brafferton. We have worked with @RSBP and Durham Wildlife Trust’s @Discoverbwlp on the project, which if approved, will achieve a biodiversity net gain of 62.14%.

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Approval: Lower Mays Solar Farm

We are delighted to have received delegated approval for Lower Mays solar farm. The project has achieved a net biodiversity gain of 54% and once in operation will power up to 1,500 homes.

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Lightrock Partner with RSPB

Lightrock are incredibly proud and excited to be working in partnership with the RSPB to maximise the ecological benefits across all our solar farm projects. In combination with the other wildlife charities that we support and engage with, to have specific advice and onboard expertise from the RSPB informing our …

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104% Biodiversity Net Gain

We are delighted to announce a prospective biodiversity net gain of 104% for the project proposed at Scruton.

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Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Solar farms can provide a wonderful habitat for bees and other pollinators to thrive. The Bumblebee Conservation Trust has provided incredibly detailed and helpful advice on measures we can undertake to provide habitats to support bumble bee populations and we are happy to be a business member of the Trust.

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Shaping the design at Scruton

Following very helpful and informative feedback from the parish of Scruton, we have redesigned the proposed solar farm to avoid placing panels in two of the fields closest to the village. This, in combination with incorporating plans for a community orchard and providing additional tree and hedgerow planting are examples …

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