Tag Archives: Environmental consulting

South Hooe: recreating wetlands and species rich grassland

South Hooe Peninsula, from the Cornwall bank

We have recently been working on a contract for a private client, funded through Natural England, undertaking a feasibility study into the restoration of species rich grassland and also freshwater wetland habitats.  The Tamar Valley AONB is helping facilitate the work and it also involves the Environment Agency.  Add in to the mix that the landowner is a former Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group advisor and you have a rather nice group of people to work for! Continue reading

Environmental consulting sector defies Brexit concerns

The latest market research report published by Environment Analyst (https://environment-analyst.com/) shows that the UK environmental consulting (EC) market grew by 5.1% during 2017 to reach a total turnover of £1.74bn.  Continued growth for the UK environment sector is expected to be around 4.8% for 2018 when all the figures become available.

Large infrastructure projects, increased public sector spend and streamlined management  structures are helping consultancies to achieve continued healthy growth, so there is no evidence of Brexit blues at the current time.

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