SH July 20 Newsletter final - Page 3



INTRODUCTION
2020 marks our 19th year in business and whilst our Business Plan for the year
ahead has had something of a shakeup due to Covid-19, we believe that our
plan to continue to grow through targeted recruitment remains valid. Demand
for our services from our increasing network of established clients is strong and
we believe that we bring added value to clients seeking to manage their assets
efficiently.
In common with many other organisations our team has been working from home for the last 4 months. This
has been successfully managed with flexible working policies, use of video conferencing and risk assessed
site visits where deemed essential. We are now making tentative steps to allow staff to return to the office
environment where it is right thing for them.
On 6th July we opened our new Yorkshire office, based at Parkhill Business Centre, Wetherby. You can read
more about this on Page 2 and key staff on Pages 4 & 5. Our people are the basis of our success, a value
that remains at heart of our business knowing that if we secure the best talent we will in turn provide the
best service to our clients. This is reflected in the success we have enjoyed over the years and our excellent
track record in securing planning approval for our clients. Recent project success includes Blackhills Quarry,
Aberdeen and Arclid Quarry, Cheshire. The excellent work undertaken by our landscape team in advising on
restoration of Divet Hill Quarry, Northumberland has been recognised with the ‘Planned Restoration’ award
at the National MPA awards.
This edition of the Newsletter is focussed on minerals projects and contains articles on Current Planning Issues
(Green Belt, Section 73 applications) and the Environment Bill, Biodiversity Net Gain. We hope you will enjoy
reading this edition of our newsletter. Please keep a close eye on our social media channels and website for
upcoming news and updates from our team – Mary Campbell
WHAT’S INSIDE?
SH in Yorkshire &
Current Planning
Issues
West Bromwich
Energy from Waste
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2&3
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Meet the Team
Pages
4&5
Arclid Quarry &
Blackhills Quarry
West Cumbria
Mining Update
Pages
12&13
Restoration and
Pages
Aftercare & Services 14&15
Pages
6&7
EIA
Pages
8&9
Pages
Environment Bill,
Royalties & Banavie 16&17
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