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Energy & Infrastructure

As Britain moves away from its dependence on archaic technologies and fossil fuels, the impact of established and planned new energy and infrastructure projects on property transactions becomes more relevant.

Significant infrastructure projects such as Crossrail and HS2 have the potential to affect nearby property values. They may also result in added visual impact or noise to the neighbourhood. The impact on property values may also be positive. For instance, being near a new rail link may boost values in the local area.

Energy projects also have the potential to impact on the enjoyment of your property. Energy reports will investigate the proximity of such projects to the property, giving buyers the opportunity to fully assess the risks posed in terms of visual impact, noise, transport etc.

  • Oil and Gas Exploration blocks and drilling locations (including “Fracking”)
  • Wind farms / turbines, planning applications
  • Solar farms (planning apps)
  • Yorkshire and Humber CCS Pipeline
  • Renewable Energy plants including
    • Anaerobic Digestion;
    • Biomass; Co-firing (biomass with fossil fuels);
    • Heat Pumps; Hot Dry Rocks (HDR); Landfill Gas;
    • Municipal Solid Waste Combustion; Sewage
    • Sludge Digestion

ETSOS offer a range of reports suitable to investigate the likely effect of local energy and infrastructure development on your client’s property purchase. Click below to register for more information.

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