Get 20-30 years of payments for your industrial or open space storage land

We are looking for industrial or open storage land to rent to create more flexible energy facilities, helping provide energy where and when it is needed most. As we transition to a low carbon economy, our facilities are key to supporting the intermittency of renewable energy as we transition to net zero.

Do you have a suitable site?

We need commercial or industrial land for Long Leasehold or Freehold. A suitable site will match the following:

If you have a spare piece of land that is suitable for an Urban Reserve project, I wouldn’t hesitate, listen to their proposals, you will not be disappointed.”

Simon — Landlord, Isabella Power

What will the landowner receive?

• 20 – 30 year lease income from a bankable counterparty
• Regular index linked rent reviews
• Significant investment in the infrastructure of your site
• A long-term operational partner
• Potential direct supply of cheap electricity and heat
• AMP Clean Energy will cover all reasonable Landlord costs

How do we develop our flexible energy facilities?

Follow our step-by-step process on how we develop our Urban Reserve flexible energy facilities. A suitable site needs many things; an electrical connection, telecoms, a gas connection (peaking plant only) and a realistic chance of obtaining planning consent. Our experienced in-house Development Team can assess all of these using our suite of sophisticated in-house tools. If you are not sure, let us do the hard work by sending us the property address.

1. Desktop study

A suitable site needs many things; an electrical connection, telecoms, a gas connection (peaking plant only) and a realistic chance of obtaining planning consent. Our experienced in-house team can assess all of these for you.

2. Securing connections

Urban Reserve projects need to be connected into local networks (electricity and gas). Securing these connections is vital to ensure a project will work. With your permission, but at our cost, we will submit connection applications to the networks.

3. Heads of term and lease agreement

Once we have the connection agreements, we can finalise the Heads of Terms for the lease agreement. AMP Clean Energy will pay the legal costs of drawing up the lease.

4. Planning approval

Using our in-house specialists and in collaboration with our landlords, we prepare and submit a planning application for the site entirely at our own cost and risk. Once submitted, we normally receive planning permission within three months

5. Construction and operation

With the lease agreed and the planning approved we move into the construction phase. This lasts 3-5 months. Once built, the unmanned site will be operational for 20-30 years.

Our sites

Our portfolio of Urban Reserve sites are near to areas of high demand. Read what some of our landlords say about Urban Reserve.

Bryn Power

“Following the first approach by
AMP Clean Energy through to
signing of the lease I found the
whole experience professional
and friendly, resulting in a good
long-term return with no cash
investment. I would recommend
to all prospective landlords.”

Rob — Landlord

Orchard Power

“I have found AMP Clean Energy great to deal with and very professional in their approach to business. I feel I have a valuable long-term tenant. They even covered all my legal fees and I secured a good yield on my property.”

Lee — Landlord

Cowley Power

“The Urban Reserve team
have ensured any problems are
minimised, and solutions readily
sought, the process of negotiation
is speedy and mutually satisfactory”

David — Landlord

Isabella Power

“If you have a spare piece of land
that is suitable for an Urban Reserve
project,I wouldn’t hesitate, listen
to their proposals, you will not be
disappointed.”

Simon — Landlord

Think you have a suitable site?

For more information please contact Ben Wallace, Head of Development on ben.wallace@ampcleanenergy.com or 0800 157 7331.

Read our Urban Reserve land brochure

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