Europe
Onshore Wind

RPS has been successfully delivering planning permissions and consents for onshore wind energy projects across the UK and Ireland for over 10 years.

Our success is built upon working closely with our clients and applying our expertise in planning, environmental and technical matters during project feasibility, development and design to achieve projects that are both consentable and commercially viable. We also have strong working relationships with government, planning authorities and key statutory consultees, thereby minimising the risk of problems or delays being incurred once applications have been submitted.

RPS is able to lead and/or assist clients on every aspect of the project life cycle for onshore wind energy projects, including: site selection and feasibility; site layout and design; pre-application consultation and community engagement; environmental impact assessment; planning consent and construction management.

Key Contacts

Seamus Fay

Seamus Fay   |   Planning Director   |   Send Email

Seamus is a chartered town planner who joined RPS in 2008 having previously worked for 20 years in the public sector in Northern Ireland in DoE Planning Service. He has extensive experience of the planning systems across Ireland, specialising in major infrastructure projects, including renewable energy, industrial, commercial, ports & harbours and major sports stadia, EIA and planning legislation.

Michael Fenny

Michael Fenny   |   Principal Planner   |   Send Email

Michael is a chartered town planner with over ten years’ experience. Responsible for project managing and co-ordinating environmental impacts assessments, planning applications and appeals for multiple wind farms across Scotland, he has a particularly excellent understanding of the range of planning and environmental issues that frequently arise on such projects and how to successfully mitigate these where they occur.

Raymond Holbeach

Raymond Holbeach   |   Regional Director   |   Send Email

Raymond has over 27 years’ experience in landscape & urban design, EIA and planning. He has carried out feasibility studies for a wide range of clients and sites throughout the UK & Ireland. Raymond has project managed numerous EIA infrastructure developments and renewable energy projects, including wind farms.