Redmore Environmental has been involved in a wide variety of projects throughout the length and breadth of the UK. To find out more about the type of assessments we’ve recently delivered then click on the case study links below.

Air Quality Assessment – Bedminster Green, Bristol

Redmore Environmental was instructed to undertake three Air Quality Assessments in support of planning applications being brought forward by Dandara Living as part of the wider Bedminster Green Regeneration Area. The sites comprised the following: Plot 4, Stafford Yard, Bedminster – Proposed demolition of the existing buildings and redevelopment to provide two new buildings comprising 295 … Continued

Air Quality Habitats Regulations Assessment – Moors Farm, Lancashire

Redmore Environmental was commissioned to undertake an Air Quality Habitats Regulations Assessment in support of a proposed extension to a livestock building on land at Moors Farm, Lancashire. Why was an Air Quality Habitats Regulations Assessment Required? Two planning applications for the development were submitted to Wyre Council in April 2023. Following submission, a number … Continued

Air Quality Assessment – Gas Lane, Bristol

Redmore Environmental was instructed to undertake an Air Quality Assessment in support the redevelopment of an industrial heritage site off Gas Lane, Bristol. The proposals form part of the Bristol Temple Quarter, one of the UK’s largest urban regeneration zones. The Gas Lane proposals comprise the construction of a Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) scheme … Continued

Odour Assessment – Pond Hall Lane, Hadleigh

Redmore Environmental was commissioned to undertake an Odour Assessment in support of a residential development on land off Pond Hall Lane, Hadleigh. The proposals included the conversion of an existing barn to provide two residential properties with shared parking and associated amenity space. Why was an Odour Assessment Required? A planning application for the development … Continued

Workplace Dust Monitoring – Essex Waste Transfer Stations

Redmore Environmental was commissioned to undertake a programme of Workplace Dust Monitoring at four Waste Transfer Stations in Essex. The associated results were used to assess potential employee exposure to airborne dust associated with activities within the facilities. Why is Workplace Dust Monitoring Required? Workplace Dust Monitoring is required for several reasons, primarily to ensure … Continued

Kitchen Odour Assessment – TVC Pavilion, London

Redmore Environmental was commissioned to undertake a Kitchen Odour Assessment in support of a restaurant at the former BBC Television Centre (TVC) Pavilion building, White City, London. The proposals included the redevelopment of the existing TVC Pavilion building to include an external forecourt at ground level and a restaurant at first floor, to serve a selection of … Continued

Air Quality Assessment – Manchester Road West, Little Hulton

Redmore Environmental recently undertook an assessment of air quality in Manchester to support a planning application for a residential development. The scheme comprised 163 dwellings and associated infrastructure and was located on land off Manchester Road West, Little Hulton, within the administrative areas of Salford City Council and Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council. Air Quality in … Continued

Dispersion Modelling Assessment – Lower Dunton Short Term Operating Reserve, Basildon

Redmore Environmental was commissioned to undertake a Dispersion Modelling Assessment for a Short Term Operating Reserve (STOR) facility comprising three gas fired 2.5MW engines on land off Lower Dunton Road, Basildon. Short Term Operating Reserve Background The National Grid requires access to extra electricity in the form of either generation or demand reduction during certain … Continued

Air Quality Assessment – Customs House, Dundee

Redmore Environmental was instructed to undertake an Air Quality Assessment in support of a planning application for a residential development at Customs House, Dundee. The proposals included the conversion and extension of the existing three-storey Customs House building and construction of two four-storey residential blocks to provide circa 49 residential apartments. Dundee Air Quality Assessment … Continued

Air Quality Assessment – Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester

Air Quality at Hospitals Consideration of air quality at hospitals is often needed in order to obtain planning consent. This is to ensure that future occupants are not exposed to elevated pollutant concentrations that are typical of the built-up urban areas where hospitals are commonly situated. The recent events of COVID-19 in the UK have … Continued