With the deadline looming for Great Crested Newt Surveys, agb Environmental urges developers to act now to avoid delay.
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.
With new guidance published on the method in which the risk from asbestos in soil should be managed, agb Environmental advises on the correct assessment procedures to avoid over-cautious and costly removal.
agb Environmental has expanded its team with the addition of a Senior Project Manager and a Principal Ecologist. These key hires will help to expand the consulting business, benefiting clients through enabling quick reaction to clients’ needs and delivery of the results they need to get their development moving.