The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a means of drawing together, in a systematic way, an assessment of the likely significant environmental effects arising from a proposed development.

The rigours and requirements of today’s planning process can be challenging, therefore, obtaining quality, professional and impartial advice from project inception to final commissioning is crucial.

With a history of undertaking and managing a wide range of environmental assessments and planning applications for clients, we can deliver expertise for the full life cycle of your project.

Services we provide:

  • Site Assessment
  • Site Design and Planning Applications
  • Drainage impact assessments and flood risk
  • Ecological surveys and habitat assessments
  • Emissions modelling for ammonia, particulates and odour
  • Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA)
  • Geo-spatial mapping and analysis
  • Landscape and visual impact assessments
  • Noise impact assessments including BS 4142 assessments and noise management plans

Additional services we provide:

  • Permitting and regulatory compliance
  • Rural Sustainable Drainage System design
  • Soil and land capability assessments
  • SoilCheck
  • Topographical surveys
  • Tree surveys and woodland management plans
  • Waste management plans
  • SEPA Applications

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