Stephenson Halliday prepared and submitted a planning application for a solar array on land at Silloth Docks as part of our client’s commitment to reduce their carbon footprint across their business. Working to a challenging programme for submission, we prepared all planning documentation for the application. This included undertaking a landscape and visual appraisal of […]

Thomas Armstrong have been extracting sand from a ridge of fluvio glacial sand near Westnewton for over 50 years. A processing bagging plant at New Cowper had been supplied from a number of satellite quarries. As the supply from the last of these was close to exhaustion, Stephenson Halliday were engaged to prepare a scheme […]

Our client required planning permission for a scheme to alleviate underground sewer flooding affecting a number of residential properties.  The works comprises both underground and surface development including the provision of a gravity storage tank and associated weir chambers, three new access points to the site, removal and replacement of trees and ground re-profiling and […]

Over the last decade Stephenson Halliday has worked with Cumbria Waste Management to help develop the facilities required for managing wastes more sustainably. The transfer and recycling facility at Distington allows local collections to be bulked for more efficient delivery to the MBT plants in the north and south of the County. Stephenson Halliday prepared […]