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Practical Planning for Renewable Energy Stephen Stoney – Wardell Armstrong LLP 22 February 2011
Planning permissions – Wind, Solar (farms / installations), AD, Geothermal and W>E. Policy creation – LDF, SPD, evidence base etc. Clients – LAs, Generators, Investors, WAs, NIMBYs and ruthless developers. Public Inquiries, Council presentations, Public exhibitions & meetings, PPAs, punch-ups. Professional, facilitator, fixer, inventor, teacher, head-banger. Planning Experience
National – so what? Regional – in a Pickles! Local – now theres the real story... They who dare... The world v The NIMBY. Planning Policy
The common principles Novel, contentious, unproven Let somebody else decide Will the members understand? Does the Government support renewables? What about Localism? Practical Planning?
Understanding urgency Regulatory hurdles Reversibility Cleverness – proximity, cumulative impact, ecology, landscape & visual Building relationships Practical Planning!
The Planning Performance Agreement Workshops Openness Local knowledge and respect Clever reasoning Clear planning Lets go for it!
In the right place Proper relationships Exemplars – the good guys Not as easy as you think Knowing the trade Professional Delivering
Project viability The planning envelope The planning balance The so-called experts? Solar – burn out? The future? Stimulating topics
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