Environmental consultancy market review 2018
Top consultants tell ENDS how they are dealing with new policy initiatives, major projects and ongoing uncertainty
Consultancies are evolving to meet the demands of a world where projects are larger and more complex and the supply chain is becoming ever more important, reports Rachel Salvidge
Environmental consultancies welcome the 25-Year Environment Plan’s ambitions but they all agree that the devil will be in the detail. Rachel Salvidge reports
Consultants believe that the concept of environmental net gain could prove difficult for housebuilders to grasp and that the policy must be implemented in a way that ensures local communities benefit. Jamie Carpenter reports
Environmental consultants say recent revisions to the environmental impact assessment regime are taking time to bed in, with different approaches emerging. Jamie Carpenter reports
Are environmental standards at risk from Brexit? Will BATs and BREFs dry up? Will there be enough skilled workers? James Parsons reports on environmental consultants’ biggest concerns
Over the past decade RPS has advised on more than 50 gigawatts of renewable electricity generation projects, responding to shifting policy during a turbulent global economy. Andy Clifton reflects on a period of rapid change and what is in store for the industry
Bristol (City Centre), City of Bristol | Eunomia Research & Consulting Ltd
Bristol, London or Manchester | Eunomia Research & Consulting Ltd
England | JSM Associates
London | JSM Associates
West Brompton | Metropolitan Police Service
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