Our Planning lawyers are experts in supporting major commercial solar projects in this rapidly growing sector. With our acclaimed planning expertise, we have been instrumental in helping the Energy sector to overcome regulatory challenges in the UK.
Our lawyers are experts in supporting major commercial solar projects and solar companies in this rapidly growing sector.
With our acclaimed, Tier 1 planning and infrastructure expertise, we have been instrumental in helping a wide range of renewable energy promoters and stakeholders to overcome regulatory challenges and to secure commercially-focussed planning consents in the UK.
Our lawyers’ experience includes advising landowners, renewable energy companies, investors, contractors and other stakeholders in the planning process.
Our full service offering means that we are able to deliver solutions throughout the project lifecycle – from real estate and planning through to construction issues and regulatory matters. This often involves combining legal input from our construction, property, commercial and corporate banking lawyers to draft, negotiate and finalise the project documentation and obtain the best deal for our clients.
Our large scale energy project and renewables work is partner-led and supported by an experienced team of lawyers who understand the sector. Several members of our Energy team regularly speak at energy and infrastructure-related conferences and seminars and we also comment on key legal and policy developments and news in our weekly Planning Act 2008 blog and Net Zero Blog.
In addition, we are active members of energy industry bodies such as RenewableUK and the Renewable Energy Association.
For specialist advice from experienced renewable energy lawyers, please contact Richard Marsh on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Areas of focus
- Ground mounted and rooftop solar.
- Corporate set up.
- Innovative power trading and private wire arrangements.
- Grid agreements.
- Applications for accreditation under the Renewables Obligation and Feed-in-Tariff regulations.
- Community energy companies.
- Electricity market reform.
- Electricity licensing.
- Construction and procurement.
- Real estate.
- Acquisition and disposals.