We are delighted to report that planning permission has been obtained for an extension to the Materials Recovery Facility at Flusco near Penrith. The extension will accommodate additional baling capacity provided as part of the Cumbria Waste Group’s reorganisation of operations following the closure of their Kingmoor Road site.

The staff at Stephenson Halliday have been attending the hearings into the Cumbria Minerals and Waste Local Plan this week and last. Last week the sessions focussed on minerals strategy, development management policy and site allocations. Stephenson Halliday have supported Burlington Aggregates in the site allocations process for a sand and gravel quarry at Roosecote. […]

Stephenson Halliday has secured planning permission for an extension to a building on site and discharged a condition relating to drainage at Bowscar Quarry. Stephenson Halliday has been working with the client, Cumbria Quarrying Services, to secure planning permission in January 2016 for lateral extensions to the quarry, existing plant and machinery and a new […]

Marshalls Stancliffe Stone Ltd has applied to Cumbria County Council for planning permission to continue the extraction of Lazonby Red Sandstone from Scratchmill Scar Quarry, located north of Penrith in Cumbria. Stephenson Halliday, in conjunction with Marshalls, undertook a review of the existing quarrying activities on site and prepared detailed working method plans using LSS […]

Working with Cemex UK Ltd, the Stephenson Halliday team prepared a comprehensive planning application, including Environmental Statement and phased working drawings, to extend this Limestone Quarry in north west Cumbria. The application was submitted in May 2014 and addressed the key planning issues of need for the continued extraction together with the environmental impacts of […]