21 Oct 2019
Environment and Social Governance (ESG) is moving towards the top of the agenda and we see our customers increasingly focused on the creation of well considered and implemented corporate ESG strategies. But once a strategy is in place, the question is how can value be added to an individual asset or existing portfolio in what is a rapidly evolving area?
02 Aug 2018
As the government cuts red tape in a bid to boost delivery across the sector, Environment Analyst and Development+Infrastructure investigate how housebuilders and their consultants are managing the environmental impacts of development. Delta-Simons Divisional Director, Simon Clennell-Jones, contributes to the findings...
23 Jul 2018
ISO14001:2004 is being phased out following publication of the new standard, ISO 14001:2015. The deadline is almost upon us and by 15 September 2018, all new and existing organisations must be certified to the 2015 standard, or they will lose their certification altogether.
04 Jun 2018
The United Nations hosts an international day each year dedicated to improving our environment. In 2018, the theme is “Beat Plastic Pollution – If you can’t reuse it, refuse it” and they are encouraging society to ‘break up with plastic’.
01 May 2018
Environment Analyst invited senior executives from five leading environmental consulting providers to discuss the current and future market drivers and growth prospects, amidst the challenges facing their businesses and the wider industry on account of Brexit. Delta-Simons Managing Director, Alex Ferguson takes part.
07 Aug 2017
Following the publication of the Government’s long-awaited Repeal Bill, which is intended to convert existing EU laws into UK domestic law as the UK exits the European Union, the environmental aspects are becoming clear.
15 Feb 2016
Congratulations to Simon Clennell-Jones, Divisional Director for our Geo-environmental Division based in our London office, who has been awarded the status of Chartered Scientist (CSci).
24 Sep 2015
Delta-Simons sponsored the Environmental Industries Commission breakfast meeting with former Environment Secretary, Rt Hon Caroline Spelman MP.