12 Feb 2019
A team from Delta-Simons will be returning to MIPIM 2019 in Cannes next month, along with around 26,000 investors and property professionals for the world’s largest property and investment fair on 12-15th March 2019.
07 Feb 2019
Delta-Simons Environmental Consultancy is the first company to take home the trophy for Client Advisor of the Year; a new category at the coveted Lincolnshire Construction and Property Awards.
30 Jan 2019
Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs have recently published proposals that would require UK developers to assess the potential harm to habitats caused by their projects and to provide an overall improvement for biodiversity.
23 Jan 2019
Welcome to Rob Molyneux who joins us as Unit Director for the Environment, Health, Safety and Sustainability team. Rob brings 15 years’ operational experience in the energy and sustainability field, with specific focus in the areas of energy auditing, carbon reporting and thermal modelling/building physics.
10 Jan 2019
2018 saw a real recruitment drive throughout the company, none more so than the Leeds and Manchester regional offices. A couple of years on from the offices last move, we have once more moved to larger premises to facilitate the next phase of investment and growth to ensure that we continue to meet the evolving needs of our clients.
02 Jan 2019
Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for the third annual Greater Lincolnshire’s Construction & Property Awards 2019; Delta-Simons are thrilled to be up for Adviser of the Year.
10 Dec 2018
This guidance has been prepared to provide advice to clients on recurrent challenges experienced over accurately determining the peak flood levels from desk-based information that incorporate the latest 2016 climate change guidance and the suggested ways of managing this risk.
06 Dec 2018
Welcome to Alexandra Houldsworth who joins the geo-environmental Transaction Support team as Principal Consultant.
03 Dec 2018
New powers have been given to the Environment Agency and also HMRC which increase the risks to landlords of commercial properties in relation to waste, even if the actual breaches were by their tenants.