Our history and proven track record of working with a modern, intelligent, collaborative approach with landowners powers our corporate ethics for bringing design and technology to other development sectors where competition is often incumbent and behind the times.
How can this work for the landowner?
Landström work with the landowners to establish the viability for renewable energy development – producing a detailed appraisal of the opportunities and potential of each site based on meteorological and physical factors, planning regulations and other prohibitive designations. Once our study demonstrates that a site is feasible, we take on the full costs and risk of planning, financing and exit strategy. This gives a landowner a known value from which to form an option agreement or land promotion agreement – the contactual basis for agreeing an up-front return for developing the site.
We are currently working with many landowners to bring forward low-carbon and energy renewable projects across the UK, often in sensitive sites where other forms of development would not be suitable.
Contact Landström to find out more about the renewable energy opportunities that may be available for your land.
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