Like you, staff at SLR are receiving many briefings being circulated about the new EIA Regulations. Much of the comment appears to be raising the potential for concern, pushing those developing projects to seek additional advice that in reality may well be unnecessary. Our perspective is that if you were already pro-actively applying the old EIA Regulations to the specific advantage of your project, then the new regulations change little.View Article
Built Environment Overview
SLR provides straightforward, commercially aware and technically robust advice to clients in the Built Environment sector. We support investors, developers, regulators, policy makers, landowners and other stakeholders.
We have particular expertise in the following business sectors:
- Culture, Leisure, Sports and Tourism
- Urban Regeneration
A selection of clients across SLR’s global Built Environment business sector includes:
- Jones Lang LaSalle
- Newcastle University
- Ontario Ministry of Transport
- Port of Waterford
- Sydney Opera House
- Washington State University
Acoustics, Noise & Vibration
Archaeology & Heritage
Carbon & Energy Management
Environmental & Social Impact Assessment
Masterplanning, Urban and Sustainable Design Practice
Site Assessment, Remediation & Regeneration
Site Promotion & Consultation
Campus Landscape Design (UK)
City Masterplan (UK)
Green Star Assessment (AUS)
Mine Restoration: Planning & Design Strategy (UK)
Occupational Hygiene Assessment (AUS)
Regeneration: Renewable Energy Strategy (UK)
Residential: Environmental Assessment (UK)
Species at Risk Investigation (CAN)
Sustainability Strategy: ‘One Planet’ Principles (AUS)
Urban Extension Ecological Investigations (AUS)
IOSH is co-hosting four ISO workshops in different venues across the UK from 27 March 2017.View Article
As published in The Economist, Tim Malim (BA, FSA, MCIfA) Technical Director, Archaeology & Heritage discusses how the standards for a Cultural Heritage Environmental Impact Assessment study have had to become more robust in order to withstand judicial review and cross-examination.View Article
Fingal Heritage Project is a finalist in the category for Excellence in Planning for Heritage at the Royal Town Planning Institute’s (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence 2017. The RTPI Awards are the most established and respected awards in the UK planning industry. Running for 40 years, they celebrate exceptional examples of planning and the contribution planners make to society.View Article
Jeremy Smith, Director, Landscape Architecture discusses how valued landscape is becoming the common cause for application refusals and what can be done to overcome this.View Article
Brandon Stobart (AFR)Close
Brandon is a registered environmental assessment practitioner with the South African ICB and the Namibian EAPAN. He is also a registered attorney with the high court of South Africa.
Brandon has 18 years of professional experience and has provided project management, environmental assessment, stakeholder management and permitting services to a wide range of sectors and clients throughout Africa.
Peter Georgiou (APAC)Close
Peter’s experience spans a broad range of environmental (acoustics, air quality, ESD and energy efficiency, planning) and engineering (civil and structural) fields as well as climate and insurance risk assessments. Peter has worked on relevant sector projects in North America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
Jeff Nyman (CA)Close
Jeff Nyman is SLR’s Director for the Built Environment Sector in Canada and has over 19 years’ experience planning and conducting Phase 1, 2 and 3 ESAs, completing remedial options assessments, developing remedial plans, substantive cost estimating, writing tender specifications, managing remediation projects, and designing and implementing hydrogeological assessments.
Jeff also manages SLR’s Federal Government Services. As the federal government business development lead he is responsible for contact with federal government department leads. Jeff also provides technical expertise to staff in Canada on federal government regulations and work requirements, including northern projects
Jonathan Reynolds (EUR)Close
Jonathan is SLR’s Sector Lead for the Built Environment Sector in Europe and has over 16 years’ experience in Urban Design & Masterplanning across the UK.
Particular areas of expertise include the establishment of a design ‘vision’ for a site, followed by the preparation of masterplans and supporting design material for both greenfield and brownfield regeneration schemes, from small infill sites to major urban extensions and settlements. Jonathan can also undertake initial capacity assessments to help clients realise development potential by promoting sites through the planning system from an early stage. Jonathan has secured planning consent for a number of major development sites as part of a wider team, and has provided services as an expert witness for urban design & masterplanning.
Jay Russell (US)Close
Jay Russell has over 20 years of professional experience working with a wide range of environmental and site development projects throughout the US. He has experience providing strategic project management to successfully address our clients’ development concerns, and address liabilities from litigation and state and federal regulatory enforcement. Mr. Russell has provided consulting services to many business sectors including forest products, pulp and paper, metals casting, composite fiberglass, oil and gas, paint, and various manufacturing industries.