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



info@agbenvironmental.co.uk

History

An industry leader, agb Environmental continues to develop through a project focused approach

agb Environmental was established in 2009 to provide environmental management advice to the public sector. Building on the founder’s experience in land reclamation in the UK and British Columbia, the company has grown into a multidisciplinary environmental engineering specialist. agb Environmental now provides specialist services covering contamination, geotechnics, remediation, ecology, arboriculture, flood risk and waste management.

Continually growing on the demand of clients, projects and industry requirements, our overwhelming sense of professionalism and value has forced our services to expand to offer a full range of environmental and geotechnical engineering solutions.

These services now include site works and interpretive reports, each individually tailored to client and project requirements to ensure maximum value and quality is achieved in every instance.

The company’s philosophy has been based on a sound understanding of our client’s needs, combining a project management orientated approach with the specialist and industry knowledge required to ensure our projects receive the right level of service – a philosophy that is instilled in our team daily.

Our personal level of service ensures that all our clients can expect to integrate our specialist staff into the project team to ensure that the project progresses with minimal delay and complication.

Currently based in Newmarket near Cambridge, we work with a range of clients throughout the east and south of England.

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Lift In Ecology Guidance Does Not Mean Lift In Responsibilities

agb Environmental argues ecology assessments are just as important as ever, after Governmental cutbacks look set to force the Environment Agency to reduce the advice it gives to developers. This may create a risk of ecology not being appropriately considered at the right time in a development.

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Local Authorities to Use CPNs to Tackle Knotweed

The danger Japanese Knotweed poses to biodiversity has been well publicised, and now a change to the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act gives regulatory powers the right to fine those who refuse to act upon knotweed infestations. Inaccurate reports have stated ASBOs could be given to homeowners failing to control the spread of Japanese Knotweed, however the fine (that could be up to £2500) would be part of a new system that differentiates criminal behaviour orders, and ASBOS, from the protection of places.

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Ground Investigation CPD Seminar

Problem solving on the ground

You’ve finalised the plans and instructed the surveys, there is a date in the diary for the planning submission and it’s all systems go. But then the surveys start to come in…

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