Carey is a chartered town planner and practitioner with the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment with over 13 years’ experience providing planning advice in the private sector.
Carey is a commercially aware planner with expertise in environmental impact assessment (EIA), sustainability appraisals (SA), and socio-economics and planning research. She has provided consultancy advice for a wide range of clients, including developers, regeneration, highways, rail, energy, and local and national authorities. She was awarded a Doctorate in Town Planning from Queen’s University Belfast in 2018.
Carey prides herself on robust impact assessments, with mind to legal requirements and high-quality outcomes. She recently joined Bidwells from previous employment in the private sector, where she has been involved in a number of challenging and high-profile projects.
Relevant experience includes:
EIA screening and scoping for urban development projects in accordance with the 2017 EIA Regulations.
Environmental Statement (ES) writing for urban development schemes, including Attleborough Sustainable Urban Extension, and Anglia Maltings Great Ryburgh, East of England.
EIA coordination for intensive rearing of pigs (England).
ES writing for retroactive planning application for restoration in a European protected site (Scotland).
Sustainability appraisals for London Borough Waltham Forest’s and North Hertfordshire emerging local plan.
Evidence base on faith planning and advice on engaging with faith groups for London Borough of Barking and Dagenham.
EIA for a 35kms high voltage power line (“Tyrone to Cavan Interconnector”), including public inquiry, Northern Ireland.
A substantial number of roads schemes throughout the UK and Ireland (DMRB/TAG methodologies), including A47/A12 Peterborough to Great Yarmouth.
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