Adams Hendry – Projects

Dibden Terminal, Port of Southampton

By | October 9, 2014

Dibden Terminal, Port of Southampton Major Infrastructure Adams Hendry were part of the consultant team promoting an expansion of the Port of Southampton through a new deep sea terminal that would provide additional land for the demands of the deep-sea container, ro-ro and aggregates trades. We were responsible for the Environmental Statements, which covered the [...] Continue Reading

Port of Southampton

By | September 19, 2014

Port of Southampton Safeguarding the long-term future of Ports We are, and have been for a number of years, the planning advisors to the Port of Southampton. We have undertaken, and continue to undertake, various commissions for the Port, ranging from day-to-day queries through to acting as a member of the core project team taking [...] Continue Reading

Oikos Storage, Essex

By | September 19, 2014

Oikos Storage, Essex Helping to deliver nationally significant infrastructure Adams Hendry has been acting on behalf of Oikos Storage Ltd, the operators of the nationally significant fuel storage terminal located on Canvey Island, since 2008. Over this period we have provided a variety of planning services including strategic planning advice, achieved both planning permission and [...] Continue Reading

Able Marine Energy Park

By | September 19, 2014

Able Marine Energy Park Acting to safeguard client interests Adams Hendry have provided planning, EIA and consent advice to Associated British Ports in respect of a Development Consent Order (DCO) application by a third party (Able) for a new Marine Energy Park on land partly within and partly adjacent to the existing ABP Port of [...] Continue Reading

NuStar Terminal, Grangemouth

By | September 19, 2014

NuStar Terminal, Grangemouth Assisting businesses with consenting matters and procedures Adams Hendry provided planning, EIA and permitted development advice to NuStar in respect of its proposal for additional fuel storage vessels and associated infrastructure in and around their existing fuel storage facility within the Port of Grangemouth. We obtained confirmation from all relevant authorities that [...] Continue Reading

SCT5, Port of Southampton

By | September 19, 2014

SCT5, Port of Southampton Enabling the growth of container shipping Adams Hendry, along with the client’s project team and their legal advisors, prepared necessary documentation to support a suite of marine and terrestrial consent applications to enable the redevelopment of berths formerly known as 201 and 202 at the Port of Southampton. The works were [...] Continue Reading

Poole Harbour Revision Order

By | September 19, 2014

Poole Harbour Revision Order Realising Port potential for increased access to deep water Adams Hendry prepared a Statement in Support to accompany the draft Poole Harbour Revision Order application submitted to the Marine Management Organisation. The draft Harbour Revision Order proposes extensions to existing and the creation of new quays at the Port of Poole [...] Continue Reading

Poole Harbour Masterplan

By | September 19, 2014

Poole Harbour Masterplan Planning to meet the long term strategic aspirations of Port operators Adams Hendry assisted Poole Harbour Commissioners in the preparation of the Poole Harbour Port Master Plan. This sets out the Commissioners’ vision for the sustainable management, conservation and development of Poole Harbour and the Trust Port of Poole for the next [...] Continue Reading

Southampton Access Channel Dredge

By | September 19, 2014

Southampton Access Channel Dredge Supporting a key national gateway facility The Southampton Approach Channel Dredge (SACD) involves selective deepening and widening of the extensive navigable deep-sea channel at various locations along the River Test, Southampton Water and the Solent to improve access for vessels entering and leaving the Port of Southampton. Adams Hendry provided policy [...] Continue Reading

Berthing and Pontoon Development, River Hamble

By | September 19, 2014

Berthing and Pontoon Development, River Hamble Facilitating growth in the marine leisure industry Adams Hendry was appointed by the Royal Air Force Yacht Club to advise on the planning strategy and consents necessary to secure the reconfiguration of berthing facilities and installation of additional pontoons on the River Hamble. The proposal was jointly pursued with [...] Continue Reading