Shortlisted: Moorside International Landscape Competition

We are pleased to announce that the Iteriad and Stephenson Halliday Collective with Charles and Lily Jencks have been shortlisted for the Moorside International Landscape Design competition.

Managed by the Landscape Institute on behalf of NuGen, the competition seeks to find some of the best design thinking in the world to influence the Moorside Project and design a world class setting for this new nuclear power station- Europe’s largest nuclear construction project.

We are pleased to have Atkins Engineers supporting our team on this shortlisted stage of the competition.

For further details on the competition please see the following links to the competition website:

The Competition

The Submissions

Recent Projects

Examination of the North Yorkshire Minerals and Waste Joint Plan

Stephenson Halliday recently represented Frack Free Ryedale (FFR) in relation to the Examination of the North Yorkshire Minerals and Waste Joint Plan (NY MWJP)....

Pines Burn Wind Farm

Stephenson Halliday prepared the Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA) for Pines Burn Wind farm (12 turbines, up to 149.9m to blade tip) near...

Withernwick Wind Farm

Stephenson Halliday undertook landscape and visual impact assessment, including cumulative assessment, for Phases 1 and 2 of the Withernwick Wind Farm.

Islay Tidal Energy

Stephenson Halliday was pleased to assist DPE Marine Energy with the preparation of a Seascape, Landscape and Visual Assessment (SLVIA) for the West Islay...


Stephenson Halliday recently coordinated an Environmental Impact Assessment and prepared all planning work for an Energy Recovery Facility at Kingmoor Park Industrial Estate, Carlisle....


Stephenson Halliday became involved in the Kirk Hill Wind Farm project in 2014. We provided landscape and planning services to our client Coriolis Energy...