If you are proposing to build residential units in an area of poor air quality, or if your development will increase traffic on local roads, you may need to submit an air quality assessment in support of your planning application. An air quality assessment may form part of a formal Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), or be a stand-alone report, either way, Air Quality Assessments Ltd can help get your development through the planning process.
Dust during demolition and construction, odour/dust from existing nearby sources, or the provision of decentralised energy as part of the development plans may also need to be considered. Whatever your ambient air quality requirements, Air Quality Assessments Ltd are able to provide a comprehensive service, including screening, modelling, monitoring, qualitative and quantitative assessment.
If you need an air quality assessment to accompany your planning application, please contact us.