Connection Tariff as at 1st March 2019 (excluding VAT)
|New Build – Single Phase*||£1,350||£1,150||£950|
|New Build – Multi Phase**||£8,000||£5,000||£3,000|
|Existing Plot – Single / Multi Phase||£1,300 / £8,000||£1,300 / £5,000||£900 / £3,000|
A Temporary (during construction stage) supply is available at a cost of £300 plus VAT due at the time the supply is installed and is in addition to the above Connection fees. To change the fuse amperage(provided there is grid availability), there is a £250(plus vat) per every 20A.
If you are thinking of asking for a new or re-connection, please note the above and if you considering a Photovoltaic (PV) panel array then please do refer to our separate page, https://www.newfindhorndirections.co.uk/electric/pv/ regarding such installations BEFORE you design your system. * Photovoltaic (PV) panels requiring additional metering arrangements and will therefore incur additional costs over and above those stated.
- All new and re-connections to the Park’s electricity network are billed a one-off connection charge, which funds the maintenance and development of the network as a whole. Connections will be charged according to a tariff system, the rates of which are reviewed annually.
- One key aim of this system is to introduce a clear incentive for applicants who intend to moderate their requirements, with a premium placed (**) on those who plan to use a lot of energy. Supplies will be mechanically regulated to that rate requested and paid for by the applicant.
- Our standard tariff system is based on whether the land is already serviced or a new build. For existing serviced sites, all plots on the FBCP licence (caravan sites), East and smaller properties in West Whins are considered to be serviced at 60 amps (larger properties 80 and 100 amp) and new builds in North Whins will vary dependent on demand requirements with 60, 80 and 100 amp plots.
- The connection charge buys the right to share the benefits of being connected to the Park’s electrical network, which includes the availability of an appropriate point at which to connect. NFD are responsible for the installation and maintenance of the network up to and including the meter, which records customer usage. The customer is responsible for the provision and installation of any new or additional equipment, such as switchgear and cabling, that is required to make the final connection to the end user (i.e. from the meter to the consumer unit). However, NFD are happy to organise and supply any equipment needed for this or, the developer may choose to provide it themselves for NFD to install, for which a separate quote is available on request.
Please note that final connections will only be made once installations have been confirmed to have met NFD standards and current regulations.