Environmental Consultants

Environmental Consultants

We provide environmental consultants support throughout all stages of a project, from initial survey and assessment through regulatory compliance,  design and construction,  to management and aftercare monitoring.

Co-ordination of environmental consultants

LandLab have adopted a multi-disciplinary, integrated approach to environmental planning and assessment, in line with current statutory requirements and best practice guidance.  We provide the the key role of co-ordinating environmental consultants from a range of disciplines. This role involves the appointment and management of the environmental consultants team, and liaison between clients, statutory bodies and other interested parties, with responsibility for effectively managing and delivering environmental project work within given timescales.

LandLab have our own experienced staff that manage and support multidisciplinary teams to undertake environmental impact assessment work. The teams are formed from trusted and experienced environmental consultants that we employ directly, as sub consultants, or by direct appointment to the client.

Environmental consultants services

To find out more about are environmetal consultants services, please visit our blog and filter posts using categories or tags to specific areas of interest, or use the links below. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please do not hestitate to get in touch. Our contact details can be found here. Services include;

  • Preliminary environmental appraisals
  • Preliminary ecological appraisal
  • Environmental scoping, screening, appraisal for construction projects
  • EIA scoping and screening
  • Consultations with statutory bodies
  • JNCC extended phase 1 habitat survey
  • Bird and protected species surveys
  • Protected species disturbance licences
  • National Vegetation Classification (NVC) survey
  • Habitat Regulations Appraisal
  • BREEAM 2011 ecology and land use component
  • BREEAM 2011 suitably qualified ecologist (SQE)
  • Ecological component of the Code for Sustainable Homes
  • EcoHomes Assessment
  • Invasive plant surveys
  • Noise modelling and assessment
  • Arboriculture Surveys
  • Site assessment to BS 5837:2012 Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction
  • Marine Scotland Licence applications
  • SEPA CAR Licence applications
  • SSSI Consents
  • TPOs and Trees in conservation areas
  • Landscape, acoustic and ecological mitigation plans
  • Ecological Clerk of Works (ECoW)
  • Biodiversity offsetting

To find out more about the work of environmental consultants, try these links:

Scottish Natural Heritage – A handbook on environmental impact assessment
Environmental Assessment
Planning Advice Note 1/2013: Environmental Impact Assessment