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Berrys runs renewable energy advice clinics at Energy Now Expo at Telford

Published February 2nd, 2016

Berrys will be running two renewable energy advice clinics at Energy Now Expo 2016 being held at Telford International Exhibition Centre on February 10 and 11.

As well as manning their own trade stand throughout the event, Berrys staff have been invited to run two Renewables Advice Clinics where delegates and visitors can book 15 minute appointments with experts to discuss questions they have within a private setting.

Berrys partner and planning consultant Nick Williams will be available on the Planning Advice Clinic on Wednesday, February 10 from 14.30 until 15.30 and renewable energy consultant Kamil Ciesluk will be running the ‘Which power generation technology’ clinic on Thursday, February 11 from 12.00 until 13.00.

Berrys, which provides advice on all aspects of property and business to farmers and rural businesses across the Midlands and North West, has been attending the event since it first moved to Telford in 2013. It can advise on all aspects of renewable energy including anaerobic digestion, solar, biomass, wind turbines and planning issues.

Admission to the exhibition is free for those who pre-register. You can book a clinic at www.energynowexpo.co.uk or contact Berrys at Shrewsbury on 01743 271697 or email emily.barber@berrys.uk.com or nick.williams@berrys.uk.com

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More about Nick Williams


BSc (Hons) MSc MRTPI
Planning Consultant
Tel: 01743 267061
Mobile: 07710 691235
nick.williams@berrys.uk.com

Nick joined Berrys in May 2010, he is a Chartered Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute. He graduated from an MSc in Environmental Planning at Liverpool John Moore’s University and previously from the University of Exeter with an honours degree in Geography. Nick became an Associate Partner of the firm in April 2015.

Nick has a wealth of private sector experience having worked as a minerals and waste planner at a national environmental and engineering consultancy based in Shrewsbury prior to his time at Berrys. Since joining Berrys he has project managed a large number of complex planning projects and has secured a significant number of planning approvals across a broad range of sectors. Approvals have ranged from single dwellings and conversion schemes through to large scale agricultural, commercial, renewable energy, and residential developments.