Carey
Doyle

Associate, EIA, Planning

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 an outline planning application for the Ebrington Barracks Masterplan (10.5 hectares, mixed use on a historic city centre site), Northern Ireland.
  • 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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