EDF Renewables is proposing to install a solar farm at Tye Lane near Bramford. We are consulting the community on these proposals before submitting a planning application to Mid Suffolk District Council.
Our initial feasibility assessments indicate the site is well suited for a solar farm. The site will connect into National Grid’s Bramford substation and will have an output power capacity of 49.9 MW (Megawatts), generating enough low carbon energy to power the equivalent of 9,6901 homes.
Under normal circumstances we would host public information events on the project in the local community, but we’ve decided not to do that at this time because of the possible risk to public health.
Instead, we are conducting community engagement online, through the post, over the telephone, and through virtual meetings. Our consultation closes on 27th November, so please be sure to send your views by this deadline.
You’ll find lots of information on this website and we invite you to:
- Read the information panels and the leaflet we sent to residents living close by
- View the maps and layout concept plan
- Complete the online feedback form
- Join us for one of the live interactive Virtual Village Hall events (register online)
- Contact us for more information
1Based on average domestic electricity consumption per Mid-Suffolk household of 4,751 kWh (DCLG, 2019) numbers presented to three significant figures