01638 663 226

Newmarket Office:
Newmarket Business Centre,
341 Exning Road, Newmarket, CB8 0AT

020 30 39 39 44

London Office:
90 Long Acre,
Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9RZ



Achieving a high calibre requires only the best

agb Environmental continues to grow by recruiting the highest calibre candidates. This constant expansion has become an integral part of the business, building on the in-house team’s expertise and knowledge.

We are always seeking to hear from dedicated, professional, enthusiastic and loyal people, who are interested in working within a fast growing, result orientated atmosphere.

agb Environmental, as a business, guarantees regular feedback, significant growth potential, generous career development opportunities to the benefit of both the company and the individual and a rewarding team environment.

Whilst fast-paced and high energy, with very few ‘quiet days’ in the office, we are very selective of whom we employ, choosing only those who we believe will thrive in such an environment to ensure the culture of the company.

Please contact careers@agbenvironmental.co.uk for further information, or to submit your CV for consideration. Your application confidentiality is assured.

agb Environmental is proud to support the Women in Science, Technology and Engineering (WISE) Campaign.

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Career Opportunity – Graduate / Assistant Ecologist

agb Environmental is seeking a Graduate / Assistant Ecologist to be based at our Newmarket, Suffolk office.


We are seeking Part-Time Seasonal Ecologists

Are you interested in getting paid experience within ecology? agb Environmental are seeking two or three seasonal ecologists to assist with surveys between May and September 2017.

reptile survey

Now is the time for: Reptile surveys

If you have scrub, rough grassland or log piles within your site, then you may need surveys to determine if your site supports reptiles.


What Does a Flood Risk Assessment Include?

In accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), a site-specific Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) should be both proportionate to the degree of flood risk, and appropriate to the scale, nature and location of the proposed development.


Reptile surveys are back on the assessment agenda

There are various reptile species in the United Kingdom and they are all legally protected: Two rare species under European legislation, and the widespread reptile species under the Wildlife and Countryside Act. Local Planning Authorities will require a survey if there is potential for reptiles to be using your site. Now is the time to find out if your development plans could impact reptiles and require a reptile survey.