Advisory Board

Our focus presently is to help landowner's benefit from the UK government Feed-in-Tariff. In recent years, the emphasis from governments on renewable energy sources over traditional carbon based energy sources has increased dramatically. This in turn has opened up a new, potentially lucrative, revenue stream for those with the knowledge and experience of relevant markets.

Launched in 2010, the UK government's Feed-in-Tariff scheme guarantees, for 20 years, a set payment in addition to the existing tariff for electricity generated by smaller scale renewable energy developments. This has created a unique scenario and is a clear opportunity which can be scaled.

Mark Wilson Managing Director

Mark Wilson Managing Director

Mark has over 15 years experience in the residential industry and has successfully launched several private equity funds in this sector. Since the economic downturn he has diversified into the Renewable Energy sector replicating the same financial model. This is proving a timely decision.

He is a highly motivated and entrepreneurial individual who brings creative solutions to the table. His personal, and client, successes are tantamount to his energy and knowledge, and above all his willingness to put his reputation on the line.

Dr Michael Kelly CBE

Dr Michael Kelly CBE

Michael Kelly is a well-known Scottish former politician and now respected businessman. Having operated at all levels of local government, he has unique skills within this field which will be extremely beneficial to the fund. He was Lord Provost of Glasgow from 1980 to 1984 and Rector of the University of Glasgow from 1984 to 1987.

Dr Kelly is now a writer and PR consultant and brings his considerable business experience and extensive contacts to ILI.

Ramsay Duff

Ramsay Duff

Ramsay is a Partner in Maven Capital Solutions, which has been established by Maven Capital Partners following the acquisition of the business of HM Corporate Solutions (HMCS), previously run by Ramsay in partnership with Glasgow based Commercial Law Firm Harper Macleod.

Ramsay is a chartered accountant and corporate financier, well known in the Scottish market. Prior to setting up HMCS in 2003, he worked with ING Barings and Charterhouse Securities in Edinburgh. Ramsay graduated with a B.Acc. from The University of Glasgow, and is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.

William Landels

William Landels

William worked in the energy industry with Scottish Power at executive board level for 15 years prior to his retirement. He was appointed as the first Managing Director of Distribution and Supply on privatisation of the Company, a role he held for 5 years, before becoming Managing Director of Energy Supply.

William has served on various business and charitable boards, most notably as Chairman of the Merseyside Partnership and Chairman of Utah Economic Development Corporation. He brings with him a wealth of experience at executive level in the energy industry and many strong contacts built up over his career.

Dr Keith Nicholson MSc PhD CChem CSci CISA CISM MIoD FRSC FAAG

Dr Keith Nicholson
MSc PhD CChem CSci CISA CISM MIoD FRSC FAAG

Keith has been involved with Renewable Energy for over 20 years. As a professor specialising in data modelling on energy and environmental systems Keith worked at the UN-funded Renewable Energy Institute in Auckland, New Zealand and later at the Environmental Engineering Institute of Aalborg University in Denmark. His technical specialism lies in statistical analysis and data modelling on environmental impacts of energy-related developments.

On returning to Scotland Keith held a professorship at Robert Gordon University, a visiting fellowship at University of Paisley and directorships in a range of companies across multiple sectors, including fund management, specialising in business intelligence. Keith brings a unique mix of technical and commercial expertise to the board.

Gordon Ash

Gordon Ash

Gordon has over 35 years experience in the construction and property industry. He has operated at director and senior management level throughout the UK and Ireland and has built up a large network of local and national contacts.

Following marketing executive roles with both the John Laing and Tarmac Groups in London and directorships with Havelock Europa Plc and Bovis Lend Lease (Scotland) Ltd he now acts as a consultant to the industry.

He is a past president of the Scottish Building Contractors Association and has served on special business committees for the British Council for Offices (Scotland) and the Scottish Council for Development and Industry. Gordon is the current chair of Strathblanefield Community Development Trust.

Gordon McCallum

Gordon McCallum

Gordon's unique experience of land use and site knowledge have been invaluable in helping ILI gain planning consent for both renewable and residential sites in Scotland.

He has the benefit of 21 years of service in local government, including at Hamilton District Council, Strathclyde Regional Council, Monklands District Council and latterly in North Lanarkshire Council where he was a Team Leader in the Forward Planning section. Gordon joined Keppie Design Ltd in 1999 and was appointed as a Director in 2001. He has significant experience of acting for landowners to establish the best value for their land, negotiating a net price and carrying through the process from site identification to allocation and ultimately disposal.

His advice is also regularly sought by the residential sector and government agencies due to his vast knowledge of residential land issues throughout Scotland.

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If you have any queries please contact us at:
Intelligent Land Investments (Renewable Energy) Limited
The Shires,
33 Bothwell Road,
Hamilton,
Ml3 0AS
E-mail: enquiries@Ilandi.com

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Privacy Policy

1. STATEMENT OF INTENT

The purpose of this privacy policy (the "Privacy Policy") is to explain how Intelligent Land Investments (Renewable Energy) Limited ("we"/"us"/"our") will collect and use your personal data (as the term "personal data" is defined in the Data Protection Act 1998 (the "DPA")). By providing us with information, you agree that we can compile and process your personal data in accordance with this Privacy Policy. If you do not want us to compile and process your personal data in accordance with this Privacy Policy you should not submit it. We are committed to preserving the privacy of visitors to our website, and it is our policy to act in accordance with current legislation (including the DPA) in relation to your personal data.

2. COLLECTION AND USE OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA

When you use this website (the "Website"), you may provide us with personal data for example by completing on-line forms. We will only use your personal data for the purposes of dealing with your enquiry and the provision of any goods or services we (or where you agree, our associates) offer, answering any questions or complaints you may have in relation to our goods or services, for internal marketing analysis, or (if you agree) to provide you with newsletters, information about tax and investments and details of any new or improved products or services we and/or our associates may be offering from time to time (and you will be entitled to opt-out of any such communications at any time). We may also contact you at a later date to seek your consent to use of your personal data for different purposes. We will only use your personal data for the purpose for which you provided it, or for any other purpose that you expressly consent to. We may also collect personal data by using "cookies". Cookies are temporary internet files which we place on your computer that make it easier for you to use our site and allow us to monitor use of the site and personalise its content for you. You may set up your computer to reject cookies, although if you do so, you may not be able to use certain features of our Website. We may log IP addresses to help us diagnose problems with our servers and for other systems administration purposes. We will only use such IP addresses for technical and tracking purposes.

3. SHARING YOUR PERSONAL DATA

We will not disclose any personal data which is provided by you through our Website to any third party without your permission, other than (i) to any sub-contractors or agents engaged by us to provide any website support or administration, facilities management or similar services; (ii) to any sub-contractors or agents who we may require to contact you to obtain your comments on and feedback relating to our services; (iii) to any sub-contractors or agents who we may require to contact you in the event that you have requested us to communicate with you in relation to our or any of our associates' services; (iv) representatives of our compliance advisers, our auditors; (v) to our advisers and any prospective purchaser of our business in circumstances where we sell our business in whole or in part; or (vi) where required by law or made for or in connection with legal or regulatory purposes. Where we disclose any personal data provided by you through our Website to any third party we will obtain undertakings from such third parties that such personal data will be kept confidential. We will not transfer your personal data to countries out with the European Economic Area ("EEA") without your prior consent. If we do transfer your personal data out with the EEA, we will use reasonable endeavours to assess the adequacy of the protections afforded in respect of personal data under the laws of the particular country concerned.

4. SECURITY

We will not hold your personal data for any longer than is reasonable for the above purposes. We have taken reasonable steps to protect your information against being accessed by unauthorised persons and against unlawful processing, accidental loss, destruction and damage. However, you should be aware that any personal data submitted by you via the internet is at your own risk.

5. YOUR RIGHTS

You are entitled to see the personal data we hold about you, upon payment of a fee of ten pounds (£10) Sterling. You are also entitled to request that we make any necessary changes to your personal data to ensure that it is accurate and up-to-date. You may also request us to stop processing any personal data. If you request us to delete your personal data from our records, we will use our reasonable endeavours to do so. If you wish to exercise any of your rights or if you have any queries in relation to our use of your information, please contact us at: Intelligent Land Investments (Renewable Energy) Limited, The Shires. 33 Bothwell Road, Hamilton, Ml3 0AS (please mark any correspondence for the attention of our Web Data Protection & Privacy Team) or you can e-mail us at enquiries@ilandi.com.

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