Tillbridge Solar Limited is developing proposals for a new solar and energy storage scheme (the “Scheme”), which would involve the installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) generating panels and on-site energy storage facilities within Lincolnshire.

Our plans for Tillbridge Solar have evolved over a period of initial and on-going engagement with relevant stakeholders. We are now at the statutory consultation phase, which will run from 30 May 2023 to 11 July 2023. During this time, we will host a number of in-person and online events, during which you’ll be able to learn more about the Scheme and share your feedback. Please see the ‘Consultation’ page for more information on our statutory consultation.

To view our updated plans for Tillbridge Solar, please visit ‘The Scheme‘ page. The latest documents as part of this statutory consultation for the Scheme can be viewed and downloaded from our Documents Library.

Our statutory consultation will be running from Tuesday 30 May until Tuesday 11 July 2023. We will be publishing the latest Scheme information and updating this website from 30 May, including all documents and materials as part of this consultation. You can view our Statement of Community Consultation (SoCC) and relevant statutory notices in our Documents Library.

Tillbridge Solar is classified as a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP) as the Scheme would generate more than 50 megawatts (MW) of clean, green energy. If built, the Scheme would help to achieve UK net zero targets and make a vital contribution to the UK’s energy security. The Scheme would include infrastructure for connection to the National Grid at Cottam substation in Nottinghamshire.
We recognise that this Scheme is being developed with other schemes in the locality and we are committed to working collaboratively with these developers to help reduce disruption and provide shared benefits for local communities.

What are we doing now?

We are now holding a statutory consultation on our updated proposals. Between 30 May 2023 and 11 July 2023, we would like to hear your views – this may be the last chance to provide your comments before we submit our final Development Consent Order (DCO) application later this year. Please see the ‘Consultation’ page for full information about this consultation.
The statutory consultation follows our early stage engagement, including a series of collaboration workshops we held in July 2022. A report summarising these workshops can be downloaded from the ‘Documents Library’.
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