Blog

28 April 2020

Approaching traffic surveys during the Coronavirus shutdown

Chris Ferrary, Senior Director at Temple Group Ltd explores the effect on essential traffic surveys as traffic has reduced by more than 60% due to Covid-19 restrictions.

28 April 2020

Leading an ecology team through a pandemic

Dr Mark Webb from WSP Environment explains how they have adapted to Covid-19 by created a 'Fieldwork Go/No Go process for their ecology projects, assessing the priority of work carried out.

28 April 2020

CMS & IEMA EIA Consultation

Robert Garden & Ashley Damiral from CMS Law look into legislative amendments to ensure that pre-application for project development can progress through the EIA and planning process efficiently and without delay.

27 March 2020

Launching the IEMA Guide to Materials & Waste in EIA

Co-author Tim Danson from WSP reflects on the importance of IEMA's first industry publication to offer guidance and recommendations for EIA practitioners and stakeholders.

24 March 2020

Launch of New IEMA Primer on Digital Impact Assessment

This Digital IA primer is a milestone in the professions digital journey, and the first published guidance on Digital IA from IEMA.

2 January 2020

Project reporting that doesn’t just tick a box

For a long time, reporting the likes of environmental impact statements (EIS) has often been a tick-box exercise. After winning the IEMA Sustainability Award for Innovation in Impact Assessment, Paul Eijssen of Royal HaskoningDHV explains how the company’s iReport is bringing next generation, digital reporting to today’s projects.

2 May 2019

IEMA’s Nick Blyth responds to net-zero UK emission target

Read how IEMA Policy & Engagement Lead Nick Blyth responds to achieving the net-zero UK emission target

24 May 2018

De-regulation - Time to ditch the One-In, Three-Out Rule

When the One-In, One-Out rule was launched in 2010, the stated objective was to “bear down on the cost and volume of regulation in the economy.” The central aim of the policy was to restrict government departments from implementing new regulations, unless they also identified for repeal another regulation with an equivalent estimated cost to business.

understanding our
membership levels

find out more

what can we
offer you

find out more

we’re always here
to help you

contact us
Top