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Our experienced EIA Team specialise in undertaking robust EIAs for a range of development types offering full coverage of the U.K. and Ireland. Our diverse experience includes energy, minerals, waste, housing, industrial and commercial developments.

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a legal requirement for developments that may significantly impact upon the environment. This process also offers an opportunity to maximise environmental benefits and design, delivering more sustainable development.

EIA and Project Management is one of our key services. Our experienced Team will apply the relevant regulations to your development type and site location and will guide you through the process.

As a multi-disciplinary team, our in-house environmental and technical experts work closely together, providing a joined up approach and allowing our EIA coordinators to be aware of any issues. This benefits clients, as it provides one point of contact through the EIA process.

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) services include:

  • EIA Coordination
  • Feasibility studies
  • Environmental constraints analysis and design advice
  • EIA Screening & Scoping
  • EIA Report/ Environmental Statement production
  • Non-Technical Summary
  • Community consultation and public exhibitions
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Post-consent monitoring

Our EIA experience and knowledge has been independently assessed through the IEMA EIA Register, meaning we are recognised as ‘competent experts’.

Where we feel a full EIA is not necessary, we will advise and guide you through the EIA Screening process and what may be necessary to accompany your planning application.

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