The RTPI has recently published advice for planners in association with the Partnership for Biodiversity in Planning, responding to the decline in biodiversity within the UK. The advice outlines obligations and opportunities to promote biodiversity through the UK planning system with multiple examples of its implementation detailed throughout. Going forwards, the emphasis should be on … Continued
E3P is celebrating the phenomenal growth of it’s Ecology Division in just a year and a half. The department, which originated as just one individual has recently hired it’s 4th and 5th employees, a graduate from the University of Manchester and a Senior Consultant Ecologist with vast industry experience. The environmental services company which specialises … Continued
E3P prides itself on giving clear, concise and vital advice at any stage of a project. The acoustics team is no different and regularly provide advice on noise and vibration issues and often advise on good acoustic design for residential and commercial projects. Good acoustic design was brought to the forefront of decision making following … Continued
What a fantastic way to spend a Friday, our E3P bake off/cake sale in aid of Ronald Mcdonald House raised £536.18 ! Thank you to everyone that baked and everyone that ate our creations The resounding winner was Veronique with her amazing E3P cupcakes , they tasted as good as they looked !
E3P are pleased to be working collaboratively with Land Quality Management (LQM) based at Nottingham University. The training courses are a series of full day events that are delivered to our 2018/19 graduates as part of their formal E3P Training Programme. We’re delighted to be supporting five of our most recent graduates through this programme … Continued
This week we have had the fantastic opportunity to explore the mines at The Edge in Alderley Edge. We were guided around the mines by the Derbyshire Caving Club, they led us to explore the Wood Mines, around 1.5 miles of mainly 19th century tunnels in a complex maze. The team were able to gain … Continued
Consultants and engineers at E3P have been involved with the redevelopment of Rainshore Mill since 2006, the site enabling works required significant remediation works and subsequent geotechnical engineering design to facilitate the construction of the development platform. Russell Homes are nearing completion of a fantastic looking development.
Rocky the GCN detection dog visited the E3P office last week to help us understand more about how detection dogs can be used for mitigation projects. Rocky has been highly trained to be able to sniff out the European Protected Species, and signal to his handler once he has found them. He has been trained … Continued
Building on our continued success, we are now turning our attention to the next stage in our company’s evolution, E3P Ecology. We’re proud to announce that Olivia Collington (née Winter) has joined us to lead the Ecology division. E3P Ecology provides a full range of licenced ecological services to support clients from pre-planning through to … Continued
E3P has recently completed presentations to a number of civil and structural engineers on waste classification, waste management and compliance. E3P has seen an increase in waste related enquiries since the joint EA and HMRC statement on the recovery of landfill tax. Since 1 April, any person or business who makes a disposal at an … Continued