Tillbridge Solar


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

To view our updated plans for Tillbridge Solar, please visit ‘The Project‘ page. The latest documents for the project, including our latest community newsletter, can also be viewed and downloaded from our Documents Library, which can be found on the ‘Planning & Consultation‘ page.

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, which can be found on the ‘Planning’ page.

The project would also include infrastructure for connection to the National Grid at Cottam substation in Nottinghamshire.
Tillbridge Solar is classified as a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP) as the project would generate more than 50 megawatts (MW) of clean, green energy. If built, the project would help to achieve UK net zero targets and make a vital contribution to the UK’s energy security.
We recognise that this project 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?

Our plans for Tillbridge Solar are still at an early stage and are evolving as we move towards our statutory consultation at the start of next year.
In July 2022 we held a series of collaboration workshops with elected representatives, such as local councillors and parish councils, along with environmental and community groups in the area to help shape the project at this early stage.
We will continue to engage with all stakeholders leading up to and including our statutory consultation, planned for Q1 2023.