TNEI's Planning and Environmental Group Strengthens Relationship with Wind Developer Broadview Energy
09 May 2009
Planning and environmental specialists at energy consultancy, TNEI Services have prepared and submitted planning applications for two more wind farm developments on behalf of their client, Broadview Energy.
The applications were for wind farm developments near Seamer, adjoining Tees Valley and North Yorkshire, and at Low Spinney, near Gilmorton and Ashby Magna in Leicestershire.
Applications for the Seamer Wind Farm have been resubmitted following further planning and environmental assessment work conducted at the site. TNEI prepared revised applications on behalf of Broadview Energy for a 5 turbine wind farm after managing further detailed access, ecological and visual amenity studies.
For the Low Spinney site, TNEI has managed the EIA process for Broadview and prepared application documentation and plans for submission to Harborough District Council. The 4 turbine proposal was the result of a detailed design process to maximise the potential renewable energy generated from the site whilst minimising adverse environmental effects.
Commenting on its work with Broadview Energy, Andy Edgar, Principal Consultant at TNEI explained: “Our work with Broadview demonstrates our full planning and environmental assessment capabilities and experience with energy generation projects. We have developed strong working relationships with the Client and have delivered planning application submissions with accompanying EIA information for all of its current developments.”
Jeffrey Corrigan, Managing Director, Broadview Energy said: “TNEI has been working with Broadview Energy for the past two years and has prepared application submission on all of our “live” wind farm projects. We have been pleased with the level of service and pragmatic advice TNEI has provided throughout our recent projects."