FPL | Land Use
 

Land Use

FPL Fee Owned Property

FPL owns approximately 85,000 acres of land throughout the State of Florida. When available, FPL may enter into lease or license agreements for the use of land that FPL owns. If you are interested in applying to use a piece of land owned by FPL, please download and complete the following application form.

> Download the Land Use Application Form

Send completed applications to:

FPL Corporate Real Estate
Attn: Asset Management
PO Box 14000
Juno Beach, FL 33408

FPL Transmission Easements

FPL controlled transmission easements are located throughout 32 counties of the State of Florida. Transmission easements allow FPL to use parcels of land that FPL does not own in fee. To utilize a transmission easement, and to ensure proper adherence to FPL transmission right of way policies, please download and complete the following application form.

> Download the Consent Agreement Application

Send completed applications to the proper address as indicated on the last page of the application.

FPL Asset Protection Administrative Fees

FPL must ensure that its land assets are protected. A few ways FPL protects land assets are through the granting of consent agreements, easement releases, and non-disturbance agreements. In order to cover the processing and administrative costs for these asset protection activities, Corporate Real Estate will be implementing administrative fees for processing consent agreements, easement releases, and non-disturbance agreements. The following administrative fees will be effective on May 1, 2010:

  • Consent Agreement up to $500
  • Easement Release $150
  • Non-Disturbance $150


Administrative fees must be in the form of check made payable to Florida Power & Light Company. Cash, credit cards, money orders, promissory notes, etc. will not be accepted. Returned checks will result in a denial of the request. The administrative fee is non-refundable.