Windel's Mallard Pass stage 2 consultation dates announced

by Jamie Knott
24th May 2022

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Windel's Mallard Pass stage 2 consultation dates announced

The Stage Two Statutory Consultation for Mallard Pass Solar Farm will run for 10 weeks, between Thursday 26 May and Thursday 04 August 2022.

During this time, the Mallard Pass team will be presenting updated proposals for Mallard Pass Solar Farm located near Essendine, partly situated in South Kesteven, Lincolnshire, and partly in Rutland.

For more information, please visit our project website at:, or get in touch with our team directly by using the project-dedicated communication lines below:

• Call our Freephone information line: 0808 196 8717
• Email us:
• Write to our freepost address*: FREEPOST Mallard Pass Solar Farm

*Free of charge; no need for a stamp.

Members of the project team will also be available to answer your questions and discuss our proposals during our Stage Two information events. There is no need for pre-registration, and we encourage anyone with an interest in Mallard Pass to come along.

Exhibition Events
• Saturday 25 June 2022 (11 am to 5 pm) – Essendine Village Hall, Bourne Rd, Essendine, Stamford, PE9 4LQ
• Wednesday 29 June 2022 (3 pm to 8 pm) – Stamford Town Hall, St Mary’s Hill, Stamford, PE9 2DR
• Thursday 30 June 2022 (3 pm to 8 pm) – Greatford Village Hall, Carlby Road, Greatford, PE9 4PR
• Friday 01 July 2022 (12:30 pm to 4:30 pm) – Ryhall Village Hall, Church St, Ryhall, Stamford, PE9 4HR

Webinar Events
• Friday 17 June 2022 – 11 am to 1 pm
• Tuesday 05 July 2022 – 6 pm to 8 pm

We have also created a virtual exhibition room containing the same information that will be displayed at our in-person events, and which will remain publicly available for the duration of our statutory consultation. This can be accessed at:


Windel Energy
Blyth Workspace,
Commissioners Quay,
Quay Road,
NE24 3AF

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