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Cloich Wind Farm (Partnerships for Renewables)

Our team were responsible for preparing The Traffic and Transport ES chapter for the Cloich Wind Farm development.

The chapter specifically focussed on the impacts of construction traffic on the local highway network and the impacts of logging vehicles used to clear sections of the forest to accommodate the development.

The project required the identification of suitable site access routes, route appraisal, Swept Path Analysis work for abnormal load deliveries and the identification of suitable measures to mitigate against the effects of the construction traffic.

The assessment also considered local road users and sensitive receptors which accord to the guidance set out in the relevant IEMA guidance document ‘Guidelines for the Environmental Assessment of Road Traffic’. The site was subsequently approved and has now been constructed.

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We pride ourselves on being open, honest, clear and straight-talking in all of our communications from meetings, emails, reports and assessments.

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We have provided sound Transport Planning advice for; nationwide residential developments, student accommodation in key university towns and cities, redevelopment of numerous hospitals and education facilities, commercial land, drive-through coffee restaurant and transport and highway advice for a multitude of private and public sector clients.

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Our client-centric approach to working enables us to really understand our client’s goals and deliver great results, time and time again.