This is a specialised part of the decision-making process, where the environmental impact is considered in detail, together with all other aspects of the development.
The resulting Environmental Statement (ES) identifies, predicts and evaluates possible bio-physical, social, economical and other relevant effects of the development, and details any proposed mitigating measures.
Through close liaison with the developer we ensure that the best interests of the client and the environment are achieved.
Our biology and clinical staff provide help and advice on strategic monitoring for harmful algal and zooplankton blooms, including the identification of species from submitted water samples.
Fish Vet Group’s work includes partnering with marine research facilities to deliver site-based training in identification and management of harmful algal blooms on aquaculture production sites, along with monitoring the physiological and histopathological effects of blooms on fish populations.