Yes; we have specifically agreed with the landowners that the land under the panels will be grazed by sheep. Many farmers with solar farms are now reporting little loss in agricultural output and, in fact, substantial benefits for livestock, who appreciate the shelter in winter and the shade in summer! The land is grade 3b 1 is highest , so we are not taking top quality land out of production.
Yes; we intend to enhance the area for wildlife by using a wildflower seed mix, reinstating an ancient field boundary with a new mixed hedgerow and consulting local wildlife experts on other measures. In summer we organized a community day for our partners at Berwick Solar Park when a Swift Tower for up to 11 pairs of Swifts was erected and it has already been visited by swifts looking for nesting sites for next year. We also helped put up bird and bat boxes.
All those involved are genuinely interested in making this a haven for wildlife. The project will comprise up to 3. It will cover about 16 Acres. There will be approximately 13, solar panels and this will result in annual savings in carbon dioxide equivalent to 1, tonnes annually. The existing site already built comprises around 7 MegaWatts of panels on, proportionally, a larger area due to the community and ecological features in the site.
The site is generally well hidden but there will be some limited visibility from certain parts of three local properties but we are working to minimise the impact for them by planting new hedgerows and keeping the panel height as low as possible. More broadly, the project is located on land that is not visible from the C39 road at Wick Street.
The site will be just visible from the Downs but only if you look very carefully! A seldom-used bridle way runs adjacent to the southern end of the site. This was due to two things. Firstly, bad weather delayed the harvest, meaning that the archaeological survey had to be delayed. This was subsequently completed and showed no findings that cannot be dealt with. Secondly English Heritage raised points which could not be resolved in time but, again, have now been dealt with. Our intention is that it will be built in approximately 10 weeks and will be generating clean energy about 3 months later.
This project is a separate project that will be entirely owned by the community through a share offer and run by a separate local Community Benefit Society. Cuckmere Community Solar will encourage people to visit the site. We will be hosting a number of community events on the site during the year and we would love you to come and enjoy them with us! Planning consent would be for 27 years.
The plan is that the project will end at that point and the land will return to normal agricultural use. Any change to this would require a new planning application. Studies of cAMP metabolism in cultured hepatoma cells: presence of functional adenylate cyclase despite low cAMP content and lack of hormonal responsiveness.
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