St Ha Mar 19 Newsletter B4 for Web - Page 1



Continued diversification and strong
demand drives accelerated growth at
Stephenson Halliday
Our Newcastle office under the leadership of Mary Campbell
continues to go from strength to strength following success in
the past 12 months in securing a varied pipeline of work. This
includes planning and landscape work in the residential sector
with a range of clients such as Story Homes. Mary has been
assisting the Planning Advisory Service in providing bespoke
training to Mineral Planning Officers and Elected Members at
Councils throughout the UK to advise on the complex planning
issues surrounding shale gas developments.
In Scotland we continue to see strong evidence of resurgence in
the onshore wind sector. Our Planning, Landscape and Visualisation teams have been very busy working on feasibility studies
and the LVIA/ EIA for large scale wind proposals comprising
turbines with a tip height of up to 220 metres. The company
has been involved in the assessment of some 200 major wind
farm proposals including numerous operational and consented
proposals throughout the UK and have an excellent track record
for achieving success.
Our mineral and waste planning/landscape team are
constantly busy and the newsletter includes special features on
current issues in waste planning and the restoration of mineral
workings where we offer particular expertise. Recent project
experience includes: coordination of an EIA for a granite quarry
near Aberdeen on behalf of Leiths (Scotland) Ltd; and EIA for
Banavie Quarry near Fort William on behalf of the Breedon
Group; and Planning advice on Arclid Quarry in Cheshire on
behalf of Bathgate Silica Sand Ltd.
We have a fantastic team of hard working and committed
staff who constantly go the extra mile to exceed our clients
expectations. A special mention goes to Kelly Anderson Assoc
Director Landscape and Nick Edwards Assoc Director Planning
who both recently celebrated the impressive milestone of 15
years service with the Company. Mary and I wish to express
our thanks to both Kelly and Nick who have played such an
important part in the continued success of Stephenson Halliday!
- Ken Halliday
WHAT’S
INSIDE?
Restoration
Pages
8&9
Company Values
Pages
& Long Service Awards 2&3
IEMA & Fracking
Public Consultation
Visuals
Pages
10&11
Pages
4&5
PHOTOMONTAGE
Date
MAY 2018
By
DM
Image Size
390 x 260mm
QA
KA
Paper Size
A3
Rev
A
KNG-017eK Visuals A3.indd
Pages
12&13
Waste Planning
Image Information:
Fields of View:
Principal Distance:
Direction of Centre of View: ²
Notes:
Horizontal = 38°; Vertical = 25.9°
556.3mm
230°
1) This visualisation is a planar projection panorama and is illustrative of a single frame image; When viewed
at a comfortable arms length, this image is representative of the maximum of view of clear vision but is not
representative of scale and distance.
2) All directions given as bearings relative to Grid North (BNG).
Kingmoor ERF Layout Information:
Layout:
Amended
Stack Height:
70m
Distance to site:
416m
Pages
6&7
^
Bearing of centre of imported images = 229.90°
Getting to know
Pages
& Christmas Gathering 14&15
Kingmoor ERF (Proposed amendme
Viewpoint 1: View from A689
PHOTOMONTAGE VISUALIS





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