Infrastructure and Energy


Planning plays a key role in helping shape places to secure reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, minimising vulnerability and providing resilience to the impacts of climate change and supporting the delivery of renewable/low carbon energy and associated infrastructure. This is also to be balanced against the relative environmental impact and cost-effectiveness of traditional energy sources and their infrastructure.

Smart Planning has experience in the planning process of energy delivery including modern renewable wind turbine and solar farm applications. Competing interests between energy suppliers and environmental interests including those of third party residents make the need for consultation and sensitive stakeholder involvement paramount. Smart Planning revels in the challenge to find an acceptable path for energy/infrastructure delivery. / 0870 013 6996