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We assisted Broadview Energy by providing detailed advice with regard to the key landscape and visual issues which were; the effects on the nearest residential properties and cumulative effect as well as the general landscape and visual impact of the proposal. We assisted with a revised planning submission for three turbines and further supported the […]

Stephenson Halliday undertook landscape and visual impact assessment, including cumulative assessment, for Phases 1 and 2 of the Withernwick Wind Farm.  This included the provision of high quality visualisations and figures and residential visual amenity assessment. Phase 1 of the scheme was subject to a public inquiry at which Stephenson Halliday Director Kenneth Halliday appeared […]

Stephenson Halliday worked closely with GreenPower during design, landscape and visual assessment of the Griffin project from 2003 until it was consented in 2008. In further support of the proposal, Ken Halliday appeared as the expert landscape witness at the Public Inquiry in September 2006. The scope of work for this site involved comprehensive landscape […]