Tedder Hill Community Wind Farm Fund currently receives an annual donation from the developer. Find out more about funding information for communities here.
In September 2009 planning permission was granted to build a wind farm on land at Pilmar Lane, Roos. As part of the planning consent the developer E.ON Climate and Renewables UK Developments Limited made a commitment to pay a lump sum of £100,000 and then annual payments of £5,000 into a community fund.
The ownership of the development has since transferred to Infinis, the company that also own and operates the Lissett Community Wind Farm and with it the commitment to create the Tedder Hill Community Wind Farm Fund.
The purpose of the fund is to promote sustainable development, education, citizenship, community development and environmental protection and improvement.
You can find out more at the Infinis website.
Infinis - A leading UK renewable energy generator (external website)
The fund is divided into two parts each with slightly different criteria which is fully explained in the question ' What type of activities will the fund support?'.
The area of benefit for the fund is the East Riding of Yorkshire, with a preference for appropriate schemes or projects within 5 kilometres of Roos Post Offices. For the avoidance of doubt the post code of Roos Post Office HU12 0HP shall be used as the central point for the 5 kilometre radius.
A map showing the area of benefit can be downloaded from the table below.
The major portion of the fund can be used to:
Promote sustainable development, meaning development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs, including (but without limitation) the promotion of energy efficiency measures and sustainable transport options.
In addition there is a further annual donation of £6,000 which has broader criteria and can be used for:
The following activities cannot be supported by the fund:
The fund panel can distribute money as;
Requests for funds are accepted from:
All applications must be not for profit and must not benefit a specific individual.
For further information please contact the fund administrator by email at email@example.com
Applications should be for a minimum of £1,000 and whilst no upper limit has been set the Fund panel would regard applications over £10,000 as exceptional.
The fund panel will wish to see evidence of applicants own contribution to the project costs. This could be in the form of cash, grants, or donations, including materials or equipment loan and, or volunteer time. In certain circumstances 100% of costs may be given.
Decisions are made by a fund panel made up of representatives from the following organisations:
The fund panel will meet approximately six weeks after the closure date of the fund to decide which applications will be awarded funding.
All applicants will receive either a phone call or an email on the day after the meeting and all decisions will be confirmed in writing within two weeks after the meeting.
The applicant completes an online Application Form and submits it electronically with supporting evidence.
The online system acknowledges receipt of applications.
For guidance on how to access an online application form download the 'Accessing and submitting your application' guide from the table below,
For guidance on how to complete the online application form download 'Online Application Form Guidelines 2017' from the table below.
Supporting evidence consists of :
If you have any questions you can contact the fund administrator by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.