It is only a few miles from the proposed Sunnica solar farm which, at 1,130 hectares, would be the country’s largest
An online consultation is open on the plans.
The solar farm would be put on a site near Bar Hill
The solar plant would take up much of the rural landscape
Two MPs joined forces to oppose plans for a solar farm on a 2,700-acre site on the Cambridgeshire and Suffolk border.
The MPs write to Sunnica to set out their opposition to a planned 2,700-acre solar farm in its current form.
A village south of Norwich could become a site of a new solar farm capable of generating enough power for more than 14,000 homes.
Developers of what would be the UK’s biggest solar farm planned for the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border have been asked to provide more detail on the proposals – amid serious concerns over its impact.
If built, the solar farm could be Europe’s largest but locals fear its environmental impact.
There has been a renewed surge of interest in large and lucrative solar energy projects in East Anglia – but landowners should be wary of the potential pitfalls says JAMIE SEAMAN, a land agent in the Norwich office of Brown and Co.