Freshwater and marine environmental consultancy services

Environmental Consultancy

Example of oil and gas infrastructure assessed as part of our environmental consultancy services including environmental impact assessment EIA and habitats regulations appraisal HRA and marine licencing support are offered to clients such as the oil and gas industry, ports, harbours and marinas, water companies, renewable energy developers and government and NGOs

Oil and gas infrastructure - Our specialist marine ecologists and consultants undertake environmental survey and baseline assessments for the oil and gas industry.

From project management to specialist topic services, Carcinus provides clients with tailored aquatic environmental consultancy solutions, by combining consent and planning advice, project management, data reviews, survey specification and deliver, sample collection and analysis and environmental assessment services.

Our environmental consultants are highly experienced in the project management and delivery of aquatic aspects of Scoping, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Habitat Regulations Appraisal (HRA) for developers operating in both freshwater and marine aquatic environments. In addition to delivering EIA and HRA aspects of a project, Carcinus delivers associated consent, licensing and permitting requirements including Environmental Statements (ES) and associated Development Consent Order (DCO) supporting documentation. Carcinus also provides services in relation to marine licensing requirements for both pre-consent stage activities such as baseline ecology surveys and support on discharge marine licence conditions during the operational phase of a project. 

Our aquatic environmental consultants provide the following services:

Fish ecology and fisheries impact assessment work for both marine and freshwater (lakes, rivers and canals) environments - Brown trout Salmo trutta in chalk stream river

Freshwater fisheries - our fish ecologist and fisheries consultants support clients by providing a range of services, including feasibility studies for new fisheries, habitats regulations appraisal (HRA) and water framework directive (WFD) assessments.

Supporting Diverse Business Sectors

Carcinus staff have extensive experience in the delivery of aquatic environmental consultancy services to clients operating in the following business sectors:

  • Civil engineering and construction
  • Ports and harbours
  • Power including:
    • New and existing nuclear
    • Fossil fuel
    • Offshore wind
    • Tidal energy
    • Wave energy
  • Public sector and NGOs
  • Transport and
  • Water