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Meet the project team
Gayle Bennie - Project ManagerGayle is the Development Project Manager for the Melgarve Cluster project. The Development Project Managers role is to manage the pre-construction stage, primarily focusing on design development and submission of planning consent applications. Gayle works with the project team to deliver an agreed programme of works and key deliverables.
Jamie Jaffray – Lead EngineerJamie’s role as Lead Engineer on the project is to lead the team of design engineers through the development and delivery of the project, ensuring engineering issues are identified, assessed and taken into consideration as the project progresses.
Jennifer Jeffrey – Land ManagerJennifer is the Land Manager for the Melgarve Cluster project. Jennifer’s role within the team is to negotiate wayleaves or servitudes with all landowners, stakeholders and their representatives directly affected by the project. She also organises and discusses with landowners any access requirements for surveys or works due to be undertaken as part of the project and agree any licenses that may be needed to facilitate these works.
Kenneth Reid – Environment and Consents ManagerKenneth is the Consents and Environment Project Manager for the Melgarve Cluster project. Kenneth’s role within the project team includes ensuring environmental issues and constraints are identified, assessed and taken into full consideration as the project progresses. Kenneth also manages specialist environmental consultants used to undertake site surveys and carry out detailed assessments where required.
Louise Anderson – Community Liaison ManagerLouise is our Community Liaison Manager for the Melgarve Cluster project. Louise’s role envolves communicating and coordinating activities between SSEN Transmission and the community. Allowing communities to express concerns and raise issues and feed these back to the project team.
Project need and overview
Cloiche OHL, Dell OHL and
Glenshero UGC routing
Technical considerations (1)
Technical considerations (2)
OHL/UGC consents and
What happens now,
how do I have my say?