Find our piece on by Associate Solicitor Sally McFadden, now in Cotswold Homes Magazine. Sally answers a concerned farmer’s query: “I am very interested in using renewable energy sources at my farm having seen how much can now be achieved. I need some help to decide what’s best – I am considering lithium-ion battery storage but I am worried about energy gap and tariffs – what do you think?” Find Sally’s response on issuu online here.
Sally McFadden, Commercial Property Solicitor experienced in Landlord and Tenant matters, development projects and property matters for the care sector is dedicated to advising on Environmental Management and Renewable Energies for landowners.
Sally is happy to share her knowledge and findings with Thomson & Bancks’ clients and visitors to this blog, as she gains insight into commercial property legalities and developments and an Associate Member of IEMA (Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment).
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