What are the Immigration Rules Relating to Offshore Wind?

BP, Shell and SSE Renewables are among 17 successful bidders who have recently been selected on the first ScotWind leasing round to build the next generation of Scottish offshore wind farms. In the latest edition of Wind Energy Network Magazine, our immigration specialist Alice Boyle addresses what that means in terms of permissions, arrangements and liabilities for foreign workers in a post Brexit Scotland.

You can find the article on Page 57 of the Wind Energy Network online Magazine here.



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