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Kitland Solar Farm

A solar energy development of up to 39.9MW close to Langford in North Somerset.

You will find the latest information about the proposed Kitland Solar Farm on these webpages. 

About Kitland Solar Farm

The proposed solar energy development of up to 39.9MW, is located south-west of Wrington, north of Langford, and south-east of Congresbury.  

Kitland site boundary

As part of the development we are also considering the opportunity for a battery energy storage system (BESS), which stores electricity and feeds it back into the energy network at times of high demand.

We presented our revised plans at the public exhibition events held between the 24 January and 9th February which you can view under our project documents.  We want to thank local residents for engaging with us during the exhibition and for your feedback.  We are currently considering the feedback and completing our studies before submitting our application in Spring this year. 

Our proposals, in addition to delivering renewable energy for 11,500 households every year, will enhance biodiversity, and provide benefits to the local community, while supporting North Somerset Council’s pledge to increase renewable energy generation in line with its strategy to reach net zero carbon by 2030.


As our proposals progress the most up to date information will be shared here to help keep everyone informed. 

In the meantime you can share your views and feedback on our proposals at any point please get in touch or provide your feedback


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Get answers to the most frequently asked questions here.

If you can’t find your question here, please feel free to get in touch.

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Project timeline

  • Stage 1: Site Selection

    Extensive research to identify suitable sites. No public engagement is carried out during this time because the site may not pass the criteria required for development.

  • Stage 2: Pre-planning

    We will consult local communities, stakeholders and elected representatives on the emerging proposals.

  • Stage 3: Planning application submission (summer 2024)

    A detailed planning application will be submitted following our consultation. The proposed development will be considered by North Somerset Planning and Regulatory Committee.

  • Stage 4: Construction (2026/2027)

    If the project is approved, construction is expected to take up to 9 months. Planning conditions are used to manage elements of construction. 

  • Stage 5: Operation (2027/2028)

    The project is managed by a regionally based maintenance team, and operations will be controlled by detailed planning conditions.

The project team

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Tim MacKeller
Project Manager
Suzy Kerr
Community Liaison Manager

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