Clocaenog Forest Wind Farm Fund
Clocaenog Community Fund Manager Introduction
My name is Esyllt and I’ve been appointed by CVSC as the Clocaenog Wind Farm Community Fund Manager.
I have worked closely with communities across rural Conwy for over 10 years, developing various and unique projects that would benefit those communities. During this time, I have worked in partnership with various establishments as well as with volunteers who do brilliant work and have a vision for the future of their communities. In addition, during this time I managed and coordinated a funding programme for a project that was covering the whole of north Wales.
The first thing that I’m going to be doing in my new role is get to know all my colleagues, appoint members of the community to be on the panel for the Clocaenog funding and discuss with them criteria and guidelines for the funding.
This is an exciting time for CVSC and myself and I’m looking forward to working alongside and supporting the communities that are in the Clocaenog fund eligibility area.
Phone: 01492 523855
Clocaenog Forest Wind Farm Appoints Fund Administrator
We’re delighted to announce that we have been appointed as fund administrators. This is an exciting next step in the delivery of the fund which will invest £786,000 per year into neighbouring communities, throughout the lifetime of the project.
Clocaenog Community Fund Covid 19 Response Grant
Revised Fund Area of Benefit
At innogy we pride ourselves on our flexible approach to the delivery of our wind farm funds and the Clocaenog Forest Wind Farm Community Investment Fund is no different. Throughout the consultation phase of the project we’ve listened to the views of over 500 people, and we’re using this feedback to shape the structure of the fund.We have received significant additional feedback about the fund’s area of benefit since it was announced last year. Following careful consideration, we have chosen to extend the boundary for the fund on the Denbighshire side of the wind farm. This has no impact on the priority zone 1 which remains unchanged, along with the principle that no sound project in that zone will miss out to the wider area.