RSK Landscape (now part of Stephenson Halliday) was commissioned to produce a strategic promotion document for a 10.5 ha site in the parish of Staunton and Corse. The developable area being put forward covered approximately 5.02 ha, to accommodate up to 200 new homes. The promotion document and supplementary technical reports include an urban and […]

Stephenson Halliday is working alongside Q+A Planning and coordinating an Environmental Impact Assessment for a warehouse unit totaling approximately 70,000 sq.m in Wakefield, for Next plc. The proposal is adjacent to an existing Next distribution centre and will be linked by an enclosed double-deck bridge. An EIA Scoping exercise has been undertaken with the local […]

Planning and detailed landscape design to secure retrospective planning consent for changes to luxury holiday log cabins. Artlegarth Country Lodges provide high quality luxury holiday log cabins in an unspoilt area of the Eden valley close to the village of Ravenstonedale. The cabins are subject to very restrictive legal agreements preventing external additions to the […]

Identifying opportunity for and securing consent for residential conversion, Yorkshire Dales Stephenson Halliday identified a ‘permitted development’ option for a client wishing to maximise the asset value of a disused outbuilding within their ownership. The application was tailored to satisfy legislative requirements and minimise cost implications for the client, whose primary objective was to sell […]

Stephenson Halliday initially appraised the Site and local landscape context before offering landscape, open space and green infrastructure recommendations for the Client’s proposed 90 unit residential development upon land at Allithwaite Road, Kents Bank. Our landscape architects worked closely with the Client to develop an appropriate landscape design for the proposed development, which promoted: the […]

The urban context presents specific challenges. For the Great Suffolk Street project for Tailored Living Solutions, we assessed the impact of redevelopment in a Conservation Area. The new buildings proposed are taller than those currently on site, and both the heights and materials needed to be considered carefully to ensure the development respects the local […]

Providing a rapid response to address unforeseen issues to secure timely planning approval for single residential dwelling Stephenson Halliday were delighted to have secured the grant of planning permission in principle for a single dwelling unit in Motherwell. This example highlights our ability to rapidly address issues and constraints that were not perceived by the […]

Campus Whitehaven replaces two previous school buildings with state of the art facilities for St Benedict’s and Mayfield Schools within one Campus. Our planning team worked with the design and delivery team to ensure that consents were secured in a timely fashion to meet the funding protocols and the Schools’ opening dates. This included negotiating […]

Castletown Residential Led Urban Extension Isle of Man planning policy requires the submission of an EIA for applications above 30 homes. Stephenson Halliday were appointed to provide EIA co-ordination and planning services for an outline application comprising 130 dwellings, care home and sheltered housing in Castletown. This strategic site seeks to contribute to the identified […]

Local Plan representation for 50 unit residential site at West Boldon for Buckley Burnett Stephenson Halliday were commissioned to prepare a Vision Document to accompany local plan representations. It provided details of how the site could come forward for residential development over the forthcoming plan period, including an analysis of constraints and opportunities. In addition, […]