- Size:49.5 MW
- Location:Surrey, United Kingdom
- Full development and design
Cobham Road Solar Park is a 49.5 MW Solar PV project proposed on land north of Cobham Road, Fetcham, within the Mole Valley District. The project is at an early stage of development. Your views and feedback on the development proposals are very welcome.
The project would generate renewable energy to provide enough electricity for approximately 13,351 households every year.
The project represents a saving of approximately 6,221 tonnes of CO2 per annum – that’s like taking 1,256 cars off the road.
The solar park would operate for a period of 40 years. It would then be decommissioned with the land fully restored.
The site selected for this project is not subject to any landscape, ecological, or heritage designations.
The project includes planting of new trees, hedgerows and wildflower meadows to provide new and enhanced habitat and foraging opportunities for wildlife.
The project would result in significant biodiversity net gain compared to existing conditions.
The site would remain in agricultural use by way of sheep grazing and would improve the soil quality over time.
Additional benefits may include a community funding pot for local projects, opportunities for community investment and the payment of business rates to Mole Valley District Council.
The plans below are indicative only and subject to change in response to community feedback and the results of our preparatory survey work.
Proposed Site Location Plan
Indicative Layout Illustration
Public Consultation Event in Fetcham
We held a drop-in public exhibition on Wednesday 12th July in Fetcham. This was an opportunity to view our plans and discuss the proposals with the development team.
If you were unable to attend the event, download the consultation boards.
You can still provide feedback about this project online or by emailing us at cobhamRoad@ep-development.com