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Community Feedback Form Sheepwash

This questionnaire is about Sheepwash Solar Farm. Your feedback will help shape the final design of the solar energy farm.

We may tabulate and analyse the question results to help inform us, our Planning Advisers and the final planning application, but at no point we will share any 'personal details'. For more information on how Statkraft generally processes your personal data, please read the Privacy PolicyTerms of Use and Cookie Policy.

Thank you for completing this survey. We are grateful for your feedback!

1. Please select one of the following that best describes your interest in the scheme.

If you are a local supplier and you are interested in leaving your contact details for any possible construction, operation and maintenance work associated with the solar farm (e.g. aggregate, waste management, recycling, security, local plant hire, highways works etc.) please enter your details here.

2. So we understand where feedback is coming from, please select which area you live in. Or select other and insert details.

3. How did you hear about the proposal for Sheepwash Solar Energy Farm?

The UK is committed to an energy target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050. In the period April – June 2020, over 55% of the UK’s electricity generation came from non-renewable sources (source).

4. Do you think it is important for the UK to generate more renewable energy rather than rely on fossil fuels?

In the same period April – June 2020, solar photovoltaic (PV) accounted for less than 8% of the UK’s electricity generation – despite 85% of the public supporting solar as a renewable energy source.

5. Do you believe that the UK should be producing more energy from solar pholtovoltaic (PV) sources?

6. Do you agree with the development of a solar farm at Little Cheveney Farm in principle?

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8. What do you think the main benefit of the solar energy farm will be?

9. Which of the following issues are most important for Statkraft to address through the planning process?

Solar energy farms also offer a range of wider benefits, including community grants, business rates, involvement of local businesses, and an opportunity to enhance local biodiversity with long term habitat management.