Planning & LVIA for private wire wind energy and solar developments (combined at ~30MW) screened out from EIA for GSK via Farm Energy. Demonstrating our ability to provide cost effective support for on-site energy generation is our work supporting Farm Energy on two separate applications combining a 20MW solar development with two 4MW 150m height […]
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 Hawick in the Scottish Borders on behalf of Energiekontor. We worked closely with the developers on the layout to ensure that the scheme accorded with the adopted landscape capacity study. Following […]
Stephenson Halliday undertook landscape and visual impact assessment, including cumulative assessment, for Phases 1 and 2 of the Withernwick Wind Farm.
Stephenson Halliday became involved in the Kirk Hill Wind Farm project in 2014. We provided landscape and planning services to our client Coriolis Energy Ltd, including LVIA and EIA coordination of this eight turbine scheme (110m to tip) in South Ayrshire. Following submission of the original planning application in 2015, we continued to be actively […]
Stephenson Halliday produced a Landscape and Visual Assessment on behalf of Banks Renewables for Kype Muir Wind farm (26 turbines, 132m to blade tip) near Strathaven in South Lanarkshire. The site is located within a preferred area of search as set out within the South Lanarkshire Local Plan and extensive design work was undertaken to […]