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Renewable Energy Planning & Impact Assessment

The purpose of the National Renewables Infrastructure Plan (N-RIP) is to support the development of a globally competitive offshore renewables industry based in Scotland. Scotland has a unique opportunity to become the home to much of this industry, from design through manufacturing, to pioneering new approaches to installation and operations and maintenance.

Our multi-disciplinary professional team supports clients in port and harbour planning, impact assessment, SEA and consultation / engagement. Successful projects completed or underway:

  • Tiree - Onshore Impacts of Argyll Array Operations & Maintenance (N-RIP)
  • South Montrose Strategic Planning Study for Offshore O&M (N-RIP)
  • Wind Turbine Manufacturing Sites Appraisals
  • Fife Energy Park – Technical Feasibility and Assessment
  • Forth Ports Site Assessments
  • Technical Appraisals, Infrastructure, Project Costings and Utilities
  • South Lanarkshire Council Supplementary Planning Guidance on Windfarm Areas
  • Port of Rosyth Masterplanning for renewable facilities
  • Oban Action Plan - strategic framework to support growth of Oban
  • SEA for Shetland Marine Spatial Plan


For more information please contact: Hugh Ross click here to email Hugh

Windfarm - Supplematary Planning Guidance
South Montrose Strategic Planning Study for O&M (N-RIP)
Tiree - Onshore Impact of Argyll Array. Communty Engagement. (N-RIP)
Port of Rosyth Masterplanning for Renewables
Windfarm - Supplematary Planning Guidance
Fife Energy Park- Technical Feasibility & Assessment