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We have undertaken work for a wide range of clients, including the following sectors:

  • Architects
  • Developers
  • Engineers, including structural and civil engineers
  • Planning consultants
  • Building surveyors
  • Public sector including Local Authorities and government departments
  • Waste and mineral owners and agents
  • Third sector including charitable bodies

Our clients have included:

  • Lambert Smith Hampton
  • Carter Jonas
  • Development Securities
  • Wilby & Burnett
  • Camal Architects
  • Chigwell Construction
  • Randall Watts Construction
  • Freeland Rees Roberts Architects
  • Ingrebourne Valley Ltd
  • London Borough of Lewisham
  • London Borough of Wandsworth
  • Bailey Partnership
  • NG Architects

  • Forestry Commission
  • Thurrock Council
  • Thames Chase Trust
  • The Land Trust
  • PCA Architects
  • GB Group
  • John Sime   Associates
  • MK Contracts
  • Contract Plus
  • One Property
  • Priory Group
  • Simon Hands Associates
  • Templars Building Surveyors
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Defra’s Category 4 Screening Levels Assessment Faces Challenges

Defra has released its provisional C4SLs for the assessment of land affected by contamination, but the new screening levels face some challenges when it comes to assessing land under the Town & Country Planning Act.


eDNA Proven To Detect GCN, But Surveys Still Needed

agb Environmental reminds developers that GCN surveys are still required, after NE announces a step forward in the detection and protection process.


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.