Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

By: Earth & Marine Environmental Consultants (EAME)  01/08/2012
Keywords: Consultants, consulting, environmental consultants

The term ‘environmental impact assessment’ (EIA) describes a procedure that must be followed for certain types of project before they can be given ‘development consent’. The procedure is a means of drawing together, in a systematic way, an assessment of a project’s likely significant environmental effects. This helps to ensure that the importance of the predicted effects, and the scope for reducing them, are properly understood by the public and the relevant competent authority before it makes its decision. EAME is able to offer a range of services, these include, but are not limited to: Project Management Environmental Statement (ES) Preparation Ecology Air Quality Land Quality Socio‐economic Conditions Waste Management Development Constraints Evaluation Environmental Expert Witness for Planning Inquiries BREEAM Workshops EIA Co‐ordination Environmental Baseline Surveys (Marine & Land) Noise & Vibration Water Quality Sediment Quality Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Hazardous Installations Site Selection Appraisals Sustainability Appraisal

Keywords: Consultants, consulting, environmental consultants, environmental impact assessment

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