Environmental Impact Assessment


Environmental Impact Assessment is integral to the planning and development process, helping to shape informed decisions for the protection of our environment. Our team, help our clients to navigate complex challenges; delivering success and shared value for all.

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a key requirement for many major developments and is necessary to help secure planning consent. Successful EIAs balance the need to minimize impacts on the environment with the need for economically sustainable development that benefits business and communities.

We also undertake Third Party reviews of Environmental Statements for developers and local authorities to ensure compliance with EIA Regulations and best practice.

What we do

At CliMatr, we believe that undertaking EIAs should not be unnecessarily complicated or financially onerous for developers and project promoters. They should be proportionate, properly scoped to focus on the likely significant effects, and be a tool to help deliver the best environmental outcome for projects.

We make this possible through our innovative approach to screening and scoping and our database of Global environmental information to provide quick early analysis of issues.

We can help at all stages of a project, from early feasibility, site selection, EIA screening and scoping through to full EIA, as well as construction and operation stage monitoring.


Our Approach

Our approach is built on deep expertise, shaped by years of experience helping our clients to maximize success.

Our in-house team of EIA practitioners work closely with developers, architects, planners and design teams to achieve positive environmental solutions for both large, complex projects as well as small, niche developments. Every client and every project is different and we tailor our approach to be flexible to their needs and achieve the desired outcomes.

Our Expertise

Environmental design and project definition

Preparation of screening and scoping reports

Coordination, peer review and project management of technical consultants (both in-house and external)

Managing stakeholders and consultees

Writing the Environmental Statement, Non-Technical Summary and associated documents