Delta-Simons has been working with leading property developers, retailers, fund managers and other property sector professionals since 1992 and have built a reputation for providing trusted advice on thousands of deals worth well in excess of £25 billion.
"Delta-Simons has first-class credentials and produce results that really do improve an organisations' environmental performance. This strategic partnership follows on from some other key environmental initiatives, all of which are being driven by our customers who also want to address climate change."
Delta-Simons was instructed by Bransby Horses to undertake an Environmental Performance Review (EPR) at its site near Lincoln. The purpose of the EPR was to benchmark current performance and identify opportunities to reduce environmental impact; reduce operating costs; and provide positive and robust marketing material. The review was also designed to provide a starting point for the production of an environmental policy and/or management system.
Delta-Simons was appointed by England & Lyle Planning Consultants on behalf of the Developer, Cameron-Hall Developments, to provide ecological, geotechnical and environmental advice for the redevelopment and restoration of a 19th Century walled garden as a visitor attraction and conference facility.
Shining Earth®, the sustainability division of Delta-Simons, was appointed by Tolent Construction to help attain a retrospective BREEAM ‘Very Good' rating for the University Centre Oldham.
Delta-Simons was appointed by Grosvenor's Liverpool Fund and Liverpool PSDA to act as Strategic Contaminated Land Advisor to the syndicated funds backing the scheme.
Delta-Simons worked closely with Coventry City Council and Tesco providing an enabling works package to deliver the remediated site to Tesco for development and to the council for the construction of the "Ricoh Football Stadium", now the home of Coventry City Football Club.
Delta-Simons was apppointed by Westfield Shopping Towns to work on the Derby City Centre redevelopment project.
Gazeley's G.Park Blue Planet distribution centre in Chatterley Valley, North Staffordshire is the first ever building to achieve a BREEAM Outstanding rating, thanks to its exemplary scoring in its BREEAM assessment and achieving an exceptional standard of sustainability as a carbon positive development.
Tesco were seeking to develop a site in Ammanford in West Wales in order to allow their adjacent store to be extended.
Delta-Simons was appointed by Lovell Partnership to carry out contaminated land work at a £2.75 million proposed housing development on St Margaret's Road in Lowestoft.
Delta-Simons was instructed by Persimmon Homes to investigate the possible presence of badgers on arable land that had planning permission for a housing development.
Delta-Simons was instructed by Lark Energy Limited to prepare an Ecological Management and Monitoring Programme, and to undertake a nesting bird survey for a solar panel development in Hawton, Nottinghamshire.
Delta-Simons was appointed by ISG Jackson to carry out Geotechnical Appraisals and Environmental Assessments for the construction of 108 affordable homes on 18 former garage sites across Norwich.
Delta-Simons was instructed by East Lothian Council to undertake both a Phase I and Phase II Geo-environmental Assessment, together with a desk based Coal Mining Risk Assessment, prior to the redevelopment of a Site for residential apartments.
Delta-Simons was appointed by Woadguard Limited to carry out geotechnical and contaminated land work at the £30 million proposed mixed use student accommodation site at Kind Edward Quay in Colchester.
Delta-Simons was appointed by Norfolk County Council (NCC) to carry out initial geotechnical and contaminated land assessments for a collection of sites for inclusion in pre-tender documents issued to main contractors for the bidding of the design and construction of several new schools across Norfolk.
For over 15 years Delta-Simons has been providing environmental consulting services to Siemens (formerly Alstom and before that EGT) at their Lincoln based operations.
Encountering obstructions during piling works and clearing these obstructions can cause significant cost implications and also impact upon the construction programme.
Delta-Simons was instructed to complete a Phase I and Phase II Site Investigation to discharge the 'contaminated land' planning conditions and allow the redevelopment of the site from a former food factory to a residential development.
Delta-Simons was retained by National Car Parks Ltd (NCP), to undertake intrusive environmental investigations of 23 NCP - owned properties across the UK, which were part of a sale and lease-back agreement.
Delta-Simons was instructed to complete a series of Phase I and Phase II Site Investigations across the heart of Bath City Centre.
Delta-Simons was commissioned by Gazeley (UK) Limited to undertake the role of Contaminated Land/Waste Advisor for the redevelopment of a former steel rolling mill in Sheffield.
Delta-Simons was appointed by Hermes Property Asset Management to investigate and remediate a complex site in Basingstoke, which included a former manufacturing and chemicals works, an operational dry cleaning facility and a former waste dump.
Delta-Simons was commissioned by Gazeley (UK) Limited to undertake the role of Contaminated Land Advisor for the redevelopment of the former Bartlett and Dexion Factories, Hemel Hempstead.
Delta-Simons was appointed to assist with the redevelopment of a contaminated former gas works and print works.
Delta-Simons completed an appraisal of environmental information made available by landowners for two sites being considered as development opportunities by Bericote Properties.
Delta-Simons was appointed to assist with the redevelopment of a contaminated former council depot, in order to provide a mixed-use scheme comprising of offices, flats and hotel accommodation.
Shining Earth®, the sustainability division of Delta-Simons, was appointed by the Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society, to undertake an Environmental Stewardship Appraisal (ESA) of the 120acre Newark Showground site, including the 11 purpose-built halls and buildings on the site, to identify short term low cost/ no cost opportunities to improve resource efficiency, to reduce operational running costs and set longer term sustainability goals.
In January 2011, Shining Earth® was instructed by Shepherd Construction Ltd to undertake a sustainability and environmental appraisal of its business.