Jacquie Critchley has over 25 years' experience in town planning and environmental impact assessments. During her career to date, she has been involved in a wide variety of projects, with inputs ranging from specialist planning advice through to managing multi-disciplinary environmental project teams.
Jacquie has co-ordinated the environmental impact assessments for a number of major developments including major gas pipelines, gas storage projects, power stations, water and wastewater schemes, transport schemes, and minerals and waste.
Most recently, Jacquie has been working with National Grid on a new 400 KV connection in Mid Wales and the proposed 75km Yorkshire and Humber Carbon Capture and Storage Project Onshore Cross Country Pipeline. Both of the schemes are Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs), and work is progressing towards submitting applications for Development Consent Orders to the Planning Inspectorate.