Month: January 2015

Stephenson Halliday is delighted to report that the Allt Essan and Gleann Casaig run-of-river hydro electric projects were approved by the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park Authority.   Stephenson Halliday prepared the LVIA as part of a planning application prepared by Dulas and the landscape proposal included a detailed schedule of mitigation measures to be […]

Stephenson Halliday undertook the landscape and visual impact assessment for this application, recently approved at appeal. Key issues in the appeal were the landscape and visual effects of the turbine. The Inspector noted: “The proposed turbine would inevitably have an effect on the character of the landscape. However it would not significantly detract from the […]

Approval by Cumbria County Council has been received in relation to the two Article 30 Planning Applications for Sandside Quarry, Storth, near Milnthorpe. Stephenson Halliday coordinated, prepared and submitted the Article 30 Planning Applications on behalf of Lafarge Tarmac, incorporating sub consultant support in relation to noise, blasting and ecology. The applications submitted provided updated […]