Tedder Hill Wind Farm Community Fund currently receives an annual donation from the developer. Find out more about funding information for communities here.
In September 2009 planning permission was granted to build a wind farm on land at Pilmar Lane, Roos. As part of the planning consent, the original developer made a commitment to pay a lump sum of £100,000 (now largely spent) and thereafter annual payments of c. £7,000 (index-linked) into a community fund.
Ventient Energy now owns the wind farm and with it, the commitment to make annual contributions into the Tedder Hill Community Wind Farm Fund.
For further information on Ventient Energy visit:
Ventient Energy (external website)
The fund is for the benefit of communities lying within a 5 kilometre radius of Roos Post Office (HU12 0HP). A map showing the area of benefit can be downloaded from the table below.
The fund is designed to promote the following initiatives:
Requests for funds are accepted from community groups, community organisations, companies, firms and societies, charities, parish councils, schools and faith based groups. New groups or ideas for projects where a group does not currently exist can be considered.
For further information please contact the fund administrator:
The following activities cannot be supported by the fund:
Payments from the fund will usually be made in the form of grants. Subject to appropriate governance measures as required, other forms of financial assistance (e.g. commissioning, loans, donations) can be considered by the fund panel. For further details contact the fund administrator at:
For information on other funding opportunities please visit: Finding a grant
Applications for over £1,000 should be made online to the main fund. There are no upper or lower limits on the amount of money that can be requested, however, the fund panel have indicated that applications over £10,000 would be considered exceptional.
Applications for up to £1,000 (minimum £500) should be made to the Small Grants fund. This is a simpler application process for very small one-off projects.
Please also see the 'How do I submit an application?' answer below.
The fund panel will wish to see evidence of applicants own contribution to the project costs. This could be in the form of cash, grants, or donations, including materials or equipment loan and, or in-kind volunteer time. In certain circumstances 100% of costs may be given.
Decisions on how the money is spent are made by a fund panel made up of representatives from the following organisations:
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is the Accountable Body for the fund and provides the secretariat and administration service through the council's Rural Policy and Partnerships Team.
The main fund re-opens on 16 January 2023 and closes Monday 24 April 2023. Applications will be considered at a Panel Decision Making meeting in May 2023.
Applications for up to £1,000 can be made to the Small Grants Fund which can be made can be made at any time and will be considered in between panel meetings.
For the small grant option the applicant completes a paper based application using the forms and guidance that can be downloaded from the bottom of this page.
For applications to the main fund:
Applications to the main fund (over £1,000) should be made online within the Flexi-Grant system:
Flexi-Grant System (external council website)
Once on the system select the up to £10k form which has guidance notes to help you complete it.
Applications for up to £1,000 (minimum £500) should be made on the Small Grants form which, along with Guidance Notes, can be downloaded from the documents box below.
If you have any queries please contact the fund by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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