The Pant y Wal wind farm is located 4kms to the north of the village of Glynogwr in Bridgend County Borough. The site is located on flat upland mountain plateau between the Cwm Ogwr Fawr to the west and Cwm Ogwr Fach to the east which flows through the settlement on Gilfach Goch.
The site was permitted in 2011, construction commenced in late 2011 and with completion in mid-2013.
The site consists of 21 wind turbines which generate up to 53.5 megawatts of energy – enough power to meet the average energy needs of 35,000 homes.
Services Provided: Financial Management
Location: Rhondda Cynon Taff, Wales
|Attendance at Board meetings|
|Commercial dispute resolution|
|Management & Board reporting|
|Financial administration, including raising unitary invoices, processing sub-contractor payments and maintenance of accounting records|
|Loan administration, compliance & reporting|
|Financial model updates|
|Variation costing and financing support|
|Liaison with tax advisors and auditors|
|Insurance procurement and claims processing|
|Financial advice on contractual issues|
|Attendance at client meetings.|
|Preparation of documentation: We prepare the agenda, meeting pack and any additional materials to ensure that each Director is fully briefed and therefore can engage in the discussion and reach informed decisions during the meeting.|
|Decisions and deliverables: After each meeting we accurately complete the meeting minutes, detail any action points and their owners and distribute to all parties in a timely manner.|
We maintain the following statutory registers:
|Secretaries||Directors’ interests in the company|
In addition to this we also maintain:
|Statutory books||Complete and file annual returns|
|Complete all other general corporate administrative duties|
We provide advice on corporate governance when required. This includes advising the Board of Directors of the provisions of the Shareholder Agreement and Articles of Association.
We also ensure the directors are alerted when any legal regulation requires the consideration of the board and if any actions are necessary. For example, changes to the Health and Safety laws, Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy.