Delta-Simons were commissioned to undertake a multi-disciplinary project for land at Bracebridge Heath, Lincoln, by the Church Commissioners of England.
Carbon & Emissions
Companies are increasingly under scrutiny to deliver on environmental promises and pledges. Consumers are progressively turning to eco-products and sustainable alternatives in response to the growing risks associated with climate change and mankind’s impact on the environment.
Leafbridge is a 44-acre development site in North Hykeham in Lincoln created by Stirlin Developments, a Lincoln-based property development and construction company specialising in bespoke commercial and residential properties. Leafbridge is Stirlin’s largest development to date, designed to accommodate space for a range of businesses from office space through to larger-scale design and build opportunities.
Material & Waste Management
Delta-Simons worked collaboratively with Morgan Sindall as Geotechnical, Contamination, Waste Classification & Management Consultant to assist in development of flagship low carbon building.
Delta-Simons were employed by Schweiter Technologies, a global group developing, manufacturing and commercialising composite panels and core materials, in support of their acquisition of Perspex International. Perspex International is the European acrylic sheet business of Lucite International and the UK distribution company Perspex Distribution Ltd, and one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of acrylic sheet and composites.
Environment Health & Safety
Delta-Simons were employed by FFL Partners, a US-based Private Equity firm, to provide M&A due diligence support for their proposed acquisition of Servelec Technologies, a market leading global provider of remote monitoring systems.
Environmental due diligence activities associated with the assessment of 32 assets across France, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic & the Netherlands.
Delta-Simons was commissioned to provide environmental impact assessment (EIA) and environmental permitting support, including a large range of related specialist environmental services, for the development of a fuel production facility. The facility would produce petroleum, diesel and LPG from waste plastics. The site was located on a former industrial brownfield site, next to an internationally designated wildlife site.
The Land Trust is a charity committed to the long term sustainable management of open space that delivers environmental, social and economic benefit.