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Stephenson Halliday has been working with RWE since 2012 in coordinating the EIA for this 15MW wind farm. We built and coordinated a bespoke team of leading consultants to provide a robust EIA. We managed the design process and also undertook the planning and LVIA components of the assessment. A 3D animated model was prepared […]

After almost 20 years of successful operation, Harlock Hill is ready to be repowered.  Stephenson Halliday assisted Infinergy in achieving this goal, securing consent in July 2014 for five 99.5m turbines with a total installed capacity of up to 11.5MW. Stephenson Halliday assisted in layout design and the critical landscape and visual assessment. The key […]

Stephenson Halliday were pleased to assist Natural Capital on behalf of 20 20 Renewables with the preparation of a Landscape and Visual Assessment for the Airies wind farm proposal in Dumfries and Galloway. The main issues were site design and relationship with operational and consented wind farms nearby at Artfield Fell and Kilgallioch as well […]

Stephenson Halliday produced a Landscape and Visual Assessment on behalf of WPD Ltd for Beinn Mhor Wind farm (7 turbines, 119.5m to blade tip) near Tomich in Highland. The main issues were site design and relationship with operational wind farm nearby at Corrimony as well as potential impacts on designations, wild land and landscape character.  […]

Stephenson Halliday produced a Landscape and Visual Assessment on behalf of Banks Renewables for Kype Muir Wind farm (26 turbines, 132m to blade tip) near Strathaven in South Lanarkshire.  The site is located within a preferred area of search as set out within the South Lanarkshire Local Plan and extensive design work was undertaken to […]

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 prepared Detailed Feasibility, Design and Mitigation Proposals as well as the Landscape and Visual Assessment (LVIA) and Cumulative Assessment for this project. We conducted a thorough residential assessment and carried out both pre-application and post-application consultation work with SNH (no objection), The Highland Council and assisted with engagement by Carbon Free with local […]

Stephenson Halliday co-ordinated the Environmental Statement and prepared all planning work associated with this development.  We project managed a team of specialist consultants to produce a robust ES and lead discussions with the local planning authority throughout this process.  We provided planning advice at the design stage and attended the public exhibitions attended by local […]