Month: February 2018

Building on the success of our Kendal and Glasgow offices, we are delighted to announce the opening of our third regional office in Newcastle.  The office officially opened its doors to business in November 2017 and is headed by Planning Director, Mary Campbell, who moves from our Kendal office.  With the appointment of Alastair Willis […]

David Forsythe would be the most worthy winner of the Employee of the Year at the Cumbria Family Business Awards on 9th March 2018 David is an Associate Landscape Architect with Stephenson Halliday and is hugely respected by all of his colleagues. He leads by example producing work of the highest quality and has always […]

Over 400 individuals raise an impressive £2.8m in just two weeks to refinance the Mean Moor community wind farm in Cumbria. It’s thought to be the first wind farm in the country to be transferred to community ownership from a commercial developer.  Stephenson Halliday provided landscape and visual advice in securing planning consent.   https://www.thriverenewables.co.uk/latest-news/press-releases/first-uk-wind-farm-transfers-from-commercial-to-community-ownership

                            We are delighted to announce we have reached the final of the Cumbria Family Business Awards for the second year running! We are one of three finalists in the Professional Business and People Services category up against two other excellent local […]