Construction in the renewable energy sector remains an important industry in the UK, and Armour Heritage has an in-depth knowledge and extensive experience in providing a full suite of archaeological and cultural heritage services in this sector.
From individual wind turbines to wind farms, biomass projects and solar arrays, or Listed Building issues associated with individual household installations, we can provide early site scoping, full historic environment desk based assessment and post-consent fieldwork services whenever and wherever required. Our experience in this field can often assist in the successful outcome of a planning application which has previously been refused or questioned on heritage grounds. An example, The Willows, Uttoxeter, is shown in our Case Studies section.
With the decline of the renewables sector, Armour Heritage remains well-placed within the wider energy marketplace and has the expertise and resources to undertake or assist in any energy-based scheme, such as newly proposed pipelines or underground power cable runs, including the assessment of options from a heritage and archaeology perspective.
As ever, Armour Heritage can offer a complete and customer focused range of services at very competitive rates, so if you are planning a new green or conventional energy project, or have outstanding or newly imposed planning conditions relating to heritage or archaeology then please give us a call.