Sept 18 Newsletter - Page 1



The past twelve months have seen
exciting changes at Stephenson Halliday
as the business continues to expand and
diversify into new sectors.
In November 2017 we opened a new Regional office in
Newcastle, as Mary Campbell our Planning Director returned
to her roots in the North East. Mary has been joined in the
Newcastle office by Alastair Willis, Technical Director of Planning
highly experienced in residential and commercial planning and
Marie Louise Milliken, Principal Planner. We will be continuing
opening of our office in Wexford in 2016 and have been
involved in a broad range of mineral, solar and on-shore wind
proposals in Ireland over the past two years. We have been
working on the design and landscape and visual assessment of
large scale onshore wind projects and received great news in
June 2018 that consent has been granted for the Meenbog Wind
to expand our team in Newcastle with further appointments
over the coming months.
Farm in County Donegal comprising 19 turbines with a tip height
of 156.5m.
We have also strengthened our team in Glasgow with the
appointment of Sarah Lapsley, Associate Director of Planning.
We were delighted Sarah decided to join us to lead the team
in Scotland given her complimentary skills in the planning of
residential, commercial, renewables and mineral projects.
We have seen continued success in Ireland following the
Internally we have promoted several key individuals across
the business who have been joined by new colleagues as we
continue to grow and develop our team.
We hope you will find this newsletter of interest.
WHAT’S
INSIDE?
PHOTOMONTAGE
Date
DEC 2016
By
CTG/JS
Image Size
820 x 260mm
QA
CTG/TC
Paper Size
840 x 297mm
Rev
-
PBW-015cG LVIA Visuals 840x297.indd
Company Values
& Meet the Team
Pages
2&3
Notes:
Viewpoint Information:
Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016
© Crown copyright, All rights reserved. 2016 Licence numbers 100020565 & 0100031673
Grid Reference:
Ground Height:
Direction of Centre of View: ³
Horizontal Field of View:
Vertical Field of View:
Principal Distance:
1) This visualisation is a planar projection panorama; View flat at a comfortable arm’s length.
2) Ignores screening effects of woodland and other intervening objects.
3) All directions given as bearings relative to Grid North (BNG).
4) Location map scale: 1:25,000.
5) Selected site infrastructure and proposed tree felling have been included on this photomontage, with borrowpit
search areas annotated as white dashed lines.
Newcastle & Onshore
Wind in Scotland
Photography Information:
353751E 602267N
331m AOD
007°
53.5°
18.2°
812.5mm
Camera:
Lens:
Camera Height:
Photography Date:
Photography Time:
Pages
4&5
Pines Burn Wind Farm Layout Information:
Canon EOS 5D MkII
50mm Fixed Focal Length
1.5m
03/10/2016
13:53
Layout:
Hub Heights:
Heights to Blade Tip:
Nearest Visible Turbine:
Number of Sets of Tips Visible: ²
Number of Hubs Visible: ²
LPBW022G.WFL
100m; 80m
158.4m; 129.9m
T12 @ 2970m
12
12
Property Planning in
the North East
Pages
6&7
VIEW FLAT AT A COMFORTABLE ARM’S LENG
Pines Burn Wind Farm
Viewpoint 3:
View from B6399 south of Langburnshiels
PHOTOMONTAGE VISUALISATION 3c
^
Bearing of centre of imported images = 6.60°
Minerals
Pages
8&9
West Cumbria
Mining
Pages
10&11
Farm
Diversification
Pages
12&13
Why we love working Pages
at Stephenson Halliday 14&15





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