Renewable Energy DevelopmentWorking closely with multidisciplinary teams to deliver successful solar and wind farm schemes
Barton Hyett Associates have extensive experience working with multi-disciplinary teams to deliver successful renewable energy schemes.
Working closely with renewable energy developers, this often involves Barton Hyett Associates conducting an initial tree survey of a prospective solar or wind farm site in order to inform the planning process and design feasibility proposals.
Using available technology, trees and hedgerows on the site are identified and carefully assessed in accordance with BS5837:2012 to understand how they may be successfully integrated into the overall scheme and meet local and national planning policy requirements.
In addition to the solar arrays or wind turbines themselves, consideration is given to cable routing / grid connection and ancillary infrastructure. Barton Hyett Associates can also advise on the appropriate management of both protected and retained trees and hedgerows throughout the construction and operational phases of the renewable energy project.
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BS5837 compliant reports and plans
BS5837:2012 contains recommendations and guidance for trees in relation to design, demolition and construction. Barton Hyett Associates provides reports compliant with this standard.
Pre-Design and Baseline
Pre-acquisition and feasibility assessments
Baseline BSS837:2012 survey
Detailed design review
Scheme specific advice
Tree constraints plans
Arboricultural impact assessments
Discharge of conditions
Watching briefs/site supervision
- TPO applications
- Conservation Area notifications
- Felling licence applications
We use current CAD, GIS and graphics packages and techniques to produce high quality plans that will integrate with drawings, land surveys and maps.