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Protos involves the redevelopment of a 54-ha site on reclaimed marshland adjacent to the Manchester Ship Canal near Chester. RSK Landscape (now part of Stephenson Halliday) provided the landscape and visual impact assessment, landscape masterplanning and expert witness support at the public inquiry. Integration of the built structures into the wider landscape and the mitigation […]

The secondary aggregates production facility is one of the facilities developed to recycle wastes in place of landfilling. Each year the facility processes around 50,000 tonnes of inert wastes such as soils brick and concrete. These materials are screened and crushed to create products which can be re-used by the construction industry. Stephenson Halliday prepared […]

Stephenson Halliday have successfully supported L+W Wilson (Endmoor) Ltd to secure necessary planning approvals for the continued operation and expansion of their activities at Roan Edge Waste Recycling and Management Facility. To manage risks we developed a planning strategy to proceed via a total of five separate planning applications. The first three secured the immediate […]

In May 2018 Stephenson Halliday submitted an application for an additional facility at the Hespin Wood Waste Management Park to enable our clients, Cumbria Waste Management, to produce Refuse Derived Fuel. The application was subject to significant opposition from members of the local community concerned about the fuel produced at the facility being used locally. […]

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 recently coordinated an Environmental Impact Assessment and prepared all planning work for an Energy Recovery Facility at Kingmoor Park Industrial Estate, Carlisle. The Energy Recovery Facility will divert up to 195,000 tonnes of waste from landfill or export each year, with the ability to generate up to 22MW of electricity and power up […]

Stephenson Halliday was engaged by British Nuclear Group to assist with their planning application for higher stacking of containers at their Low Level radioactive Waste (LLW) repository at Drigg. The planning application was initially submitted by British Nuclear Fuels plc. It sought permission for the disposal of further half height ISO containers to be accommodated within […]

The Distington Materials Recovery Facility was part of the response to the fundamental changes through which the waste industry has been. These changes have seen the introduction of legislative and financial drivers to move waste management towards more sustainable management options. In Cumbria particularly this meant a move from landfill to increased recovery and recycling […]