Tytherington Hill Solar Farm produces a community benefit of £4278.75 per year . So far the Parish Council have issued the following Grants. The 60 acre plant will generate 8.1 megawatts, with the three combined totalling 53.3 megawatts.
Michael Bonte-Friedham, founding partner and CEO of NextEnergy Capital said: “We are delighted to have acquired the Tower Hill site in Gloucestershire, which will generate enough renewable energy to power 3,000 residential properties each year.
Community Benefit Received 2015 £3,258.80
Community Benefit Received 2016 £4,305.49
Community Benefit Received 2017 £4,278.75
Community Benefit Grant 2016
Community Benefit Grant 2016 £1,800.00 Tytherington Baptist Church Replacement Windows
Community Benefit Grant 2016 £1,500 Tytherington Post Office
Community Benefit Grant 2016 £750.00 Tytherington Pre-School
Community Benefit Grant 2016 £600.00 Tytherington Pre-School
Community Benefit Grant 2017
Community Benefit Grant 2017 £750.00 Tytherington Roots refurb of telephone kiosk
Community Benefit Grant 2017 £1,800.00 Tytherington Baptist Church Replacement Windows
Community Benefit Grant 2017 Tytherington Pre-School £780
Community Benefit Grant 2017 Tytherington Post Office £1000
Community Benefit Grant St James Church 2017 £1,500 Repair of Church Wall
Agreed in principle to underwrite £4500 over 3 years for repair of St James’ Church wall if no funding found elsewhere
Agreed in principle Gazebo for May Day Committee
Grants will normally be made at a meeting in June and a meeting in November. Applications for the June meeting must be received by 31 May and applications for the November meeting by 31 October. Organisations requesting an application be considered any other time of year must explain the reason why the application cannot be considered at the June or November meeting. See Grant Making Policy attached.