Ecology chapters for Environmental Impact Assessment
Ecology Chapters for Environmental Impact Assessment
Depending on the scale, design and sensitivity of a proposed development site and its surrounds, an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) may be required. This level of assessment considers a range of issues such as, noise, lighting and air pollution but also needs to consider the ecology of the site and its surrounds.
We provide clients with a detailed assessment of the ecological impacts of a project to supplement an Environmental Impact Assessment to address development implications of large scale projects.
Ecology Chapters for Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) – Please don’t hesitate to contact us for detailed information
- Desk study and data search
- Analysis of protected Statutory and Non-Statutory sites
- Planning policy considerations
- Field Surveys: Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey and Protected Species Surveys
- Identifying baseline conditions and assessing ecological value
- Assessment of magnitude of impacts and significance of effects
- Mitigation recommendations
- Impact assessment: Construction and Operational
- Residual impacts with mitigation in place