Pennyfeathers is a proposed residential and mixed-use development near Ryde, Isle of Wight. The development will comprise 904 residential units, community facilities including a school, community centre and play areas, a commercial area and structural landscaping and management to form part of a wider country park as part of the Ryde Place Plan. RSK Environment […]

This 400kV grid connection to the Moorside Nuclear Power Station would have included overhead line, underground cable, subsea tunnel, new substations and associated temporary construction infrastructure (compounds, access tracks, temporary and permanent lower voltage diversions) within and in close proximity to multiple national and European level designations. Stephenson Halliday led the landscape and visual effect […]

Stephenson Halliday prepared the Landscape and Visual impact Assessment (LVIA) for the proposal to extend and progressively restore the operational Kirkby Slate Quarry. The site is located immediately adjacent to the southern edge of the Lake District National Park east of the Duddon Estuary near Kirkby-in-Furness. Out to a 7km radius from the existing quarry […]

The Kelvin Energy Recovery Facility (ERF), West Bromwich aims to provide both capacity to manage non-recyclable waste and to generate electricity and heat by diverting up to 395,000 tonnes per year of waste from landfill or export with potential to generate up to 35MW of electricity meeting the needs of up to 70,000 homes. The […]

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

Stephenson Halliday prepared a landscape and visual assessment for Lidl’s proposed Regional Distribution Centre at Eurocentral, near Holytown, North Lanarkshire. Our landscape architects and graphics team worked closely with the Client and landscape contractor to develop an appropriate landscape design for the proposed development, which comprises a large warehouse with integrated offices (measuring 415m x […]