We’re involving our stakeholders in many aspects of our work – from helping shape our business plans to our major infrastructure projects. Find out how to share your views and feedback with us, so we can make sure we’re taking account of the things that are important to you.
Get involved in our business plans
We want to find out how you think we’re doing under our current business plans – and to get your views on the plans we’re developing for the future.
For our current business plans, you can find out about our latest consultations, information we’ve published for stakeholders, and how to get in touch to share your views and feedback with us.
You can also find out about how we’re engaging with you on our future business plans, including how and when we’ll be seeking your views.
Consultation on managing uncertainty
We are seeking your views on how we plan our business and manage uncertainty against a changing energy landscape.
This consultation is aimed at all users of our network, government, regulatory bodies, energy industry professionals and anybody who is interested in the future of electricity transmission for the RIIO-T2 regulatory period which runs from 2021/22 to 2025/26.
This consultation concludes 1 April 2019.
Get involved in the Visual Impact Provision project
The Visual Impact Provision (VIP) project represents a major opportunity to conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife, and environmental heritage within our most protected landscapes.
Find out how to get involved and let us know your views on the project.
Consultation on our future business plans - have your say now
For the next regulatory period, RIIO-T2, we’re developing a business plan that’s shaped by extensive engagement with you, our stakeholders.
We’re now at the stage where we’d like to playback what our stakeholders have told us so we can:
- check that we have understood your feedback correctly
- invite your views on our proposed next steps and ensure they reflect your feedback.
This consultation on the playback document closes on 31 March 2019.