Our guide to the application

The DCO application, submitted yesterday, is made up of 133 files, which takes up 2.87GB of disk space. It's difficult to access and, as expected, there's a lot of information here. We've created a dedicated page to help unpack it and we'll keep this updated as we work through it all. You can find it in... Continue Reading →

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What is National Infrastructure?

Warning: this article contains acronyms The Cleve Hill Solar Park proposal exceeds 50MW in scale. This is so huge that it qualifies as a "Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP)". There's a process for this... Cleve Hill Solar Park explains in their literature that they will be "applying for a Development Consent Order (DCO) through the Planning Inspectorate.... Continue Reading →

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