We’re pleased to confirm that we have secured a further planning permission for a peaking gas development in Devon. The facility will provide vital back up power for the industrial estate and local residential area during times of peak demand.

We are pleased to announce that we have been instructed to coordinate the planning submission of a further Development of National Significance in Wales.

The project consists of a ground mounted 49.9MW solar development. Please feel free to get in touch with us if you are .

Please note that this project is in it’s early stages. We will be providing details of preliminary consultation in due course.

If you would like to register your interest or are interested in discussing this project with us, please do not hesitate to get in touch. The contact is Ben Lewis. Please register your interest at info@renplan.co.uk or telephone us on 0117 325 7992.

Renplan is proud to announce that permission has been secured from Welsh Ministers for a 20MW peaking gas site in Monmouthshire, Wales. The project is a Development of National Significance (DNS) and one of only a few to so far have gone through the DNS planning system.

We’re pleased to confirm that we have secured planning permission for the residential conversion of a barn in the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

We have secured the approved of a further battery storage development that will deliver 10MW capacity of stand by energy storage for the local area. The site is located close to the urban fringe of Swindon but fell within Wilts County. It’s agricultural location near to existing farmyard buildings made it a suitable location with good access.

We have recently working with a battery storage developer who intends to facilitate the delivery of a number of battery storage developments throughout the south east of England. Our first site was a 10MW battery storage development at Bishops Stortford, East Herts. It featured in the Green Belt. Renplan successfully demonstrated that the proposal offered a net benefit to the openness of the Green Belt.

A peaking gas development has been approved in East Lothian Council, Scotland. Renplan successfully negotiated with local authority officers the benefits of the proposal and that it had been strategically located alongside existing agricultural/industrial buildings such that local visual impacts were contained and air quality and noise impacts had been demonstrated to be acceptable.

Renplan are pleased to announce that we have secured planning permission for a 5MW battery storage development at Higham, in Fife, Scotland. The scheme would sit in open countryside albeit well screened from surrounding local views. It is strategically positioned alongside a nearby wind farm.