We are providing verified photomontages and visualisations for a number of projects and clients – recently this has included defensible visualisations to inform EIA for residential developments, illustrations of landscape mitigation strategies for power and infrastructure projects, and graphics in support of new landscape works and site marketing.
Our ecologists are being kept busy delivering a number of Ecological Impact Assessments and mitigation strategies in support of planning applications for a variety of new development sites in and around Glasgow. We are also providing terrestrial ecology survey and monitoring work in support of the EIA for the proposed new ‘T in The Park’ site at Strathallan in Perthshire.
Our EIA co-ordinator, Andy Mitchell, is managing the delivery of the EIA, LVIA, EcIA and landscape masterplanning services for major residential expansion on the edge of Crieff, Perthshire. Andy is also coordinating revisions to the masterplan and supplying addendums to the Environmental Statement in support of revised development proposals following our EIA submission for the new tennis and golf centre at Park of Kier.
Brindley Associates was recently formally recognised by West Lothian Chamber of Commerce, at its annual awards dinner in November 2014, for its contribution to the West Lothian economy. As a result Joanne has been offered a business mentor to help in the ongoing growth and development of our company.
Brindley are currently providing our clients with a range of integrated services including EIA coordination, LVIA & EcIA, Masterplanning and detailed landscape design for a number of exciting new mixed use development projects in Crief, Cumbernauld, Elderslie & Milngavie.
We are supporting the planning teams either in the promotion of these new sites to Local Development Plans or for PPiP applications.
Get in touch with us if you think we can help.
We have recently completed the LVIA and RVAA for a Section 36 windfarm on the west coast of Scotland together with LVIA, CLVIA, RVAA and graphics package for a major windfarm in Caithness which included a suite of visualisations prepared in accordance with Highland Councils updated guidance.
Ross and Scott Cochran are currently undertaking feasibility studies and scoping in support of a wind farm extension in Central Scotland and have also recently completed LVIA, Ecological Impact Assessment and community consultations for two Photovoltaic energy farms in Perthshire and the Scottish Borders which included our Graphics and Visualisations Manager, Suzanne Hyde, providing verified photomontages to support the planning application.
Our Senior Urban Design, Jon Clarkson, and his team are servicing a number of masterplanning projects. Their work includes the preparation of landscape framework documents, landscape strategies, Design & Access Statements and masterplans providing our clients with integrated assessment and design solutions for development sites being promoted to local authorities across Scotland.
Landscape implementation works have started for the nursery school extension at the International School Aberdeen and senior landscape architect, Bee Muskens, is excited to see her design on the ground.
Our newly appointed landscape architect, Tom Montgomery, will be kept very busy over the next three months with site visits and landscape design work for a number of exciting new development projects across Scotland.
Brindley recently hosted two tables for clients and consultants at the glittering annual Women in Property dinner at the Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow to great acclaim. The spectacular event included a raffle for a diamond necklace and a ‘turn’ by renowned Glasgow comedienne Elaine C Smith.
We hope our business friends got as much out of this fantastic event as we did, and we’re looking forward to next year already!
We are pleased to announce that we have been appointed, as part of a design team, by Fife Council to provide landscape design services for three new housing sites for Fife Council. Brindley Associates has a proven track record of working with Fife Council and are also looking forward to seeing the implementation of their landscape design for 31 new council homes at the Orebank Terrace site in Thornton, Fife, which is currently being built.
Brindley Associates are going through a period of growth and development and, in order to reflect the changes, we have appointed Message Matters as our strategic communications partner to review and refresh our branding, marketing and messaging. In conjunction we have also appointed Heather Ballantine of Be the Bestest to be our new business coach providing directors Joanne and Ross with help and support with business growth.
Exciting times lie ahead.
In support of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the proposed new T in the Park site at Strathallan in Perthshire, Brindley worked hand-in-hand with DF Concerts and Bell Ingram, providing them with ongoing terrestrial ecology survey and assessment work.