Land rights

Caroline Lands a New Role with Energetics

We’re excited to welcome Caroline Haddock, our new Land Rights Co-ordinator, to Energetics’ Team.

Caroline developed an interest in property and property law while working as a Commercial Property PA, so she decided to study for her Scottish paralegal qualification. At the same time, her thirst for knowledge and further qualifications drove her to study Higher Psychology. Starting at night school, she continued her studies through the Open University, gaining a BSc in Psychology.

A move to Scottish Law Firm, Burness Paull, came with the opportunity to gain her English paralegal qualification, making her dual qualified. 

Over the past seven years, her work has primarily involved English property work. While some of the work concerned landlords and tenants, it centred mostly around utilities. Her role with CMS Cameron Mackenna put her in the path of SSE and their legal utility work. Caroline then concentrated mainly on utility work, which ultimately led her to Last Mile Infrastructure Group, which introduced her to Energetics. 

Having worked in legal firms for many years, Caroline brings a wealth of knowledge to this new role at Energetics. She is looking forward to furthering her knowledge and understanding of the utility connections industry by working for an ICP. No stranger to hard work, she’s eager to get to grips with a large caseload and keen to “see the utility work from the ICP, IDNO/DNO viewpoint and the legal side, who obtain the legal land rights.”

Land rights, Legal land rights, multi-utility, property law

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