MVGLA has extensive experience with giving independent evidence with respect to Landscape and Visual matters to public inquiries in England, Scotland and Wales.
Marc recently gave evidence at the Scout Moor wind farm public inquiry and is currently acting as client adviser to SPEN with respect to their portfolio of proposed wind farm grid connections and grid reinforcement and enhancement.
Previous public inquiries include:
Barmoor windfarm, upheld;
Langham windfarm, refused;
Swinford Windfarm, upheld;
Roos windfarm, upheld;
Druim Ba windfarm, refused;
Clyde windfarm, upheld;
Low Moss Prison, Kirkintilloch, upheld;
Stirling Major Growth Area
Cumulative landscape and visual effects were a key consideration at the Barmoor conjoined inquiry.
At the Swinford windfarm public inquiry, potential effects on Stanford Hall Registered Historic Park and Garden was one of the key issues.
Marc has also extensive experience with the critical review of landscape and visual assessments focusing on aspects of methodology, significance thresholds and consistency of impact judgements. He has also regularly spoken at conferences.