RPS launches Digital Environmental Statement
09 December 2020 | 1 min read
Making complex easy is at the core of what we do. Transforming a complex and lengthy Environmental Statement into a digital format that's interactive, intuitive and easily navigable is just one of the ways we deliver this promise.
We’re pleased to announce the launch of our Digital EIA offering, helping our clients to improve stakeholder engagement and ignite more effective public participation in the planning process.
“We developed our digital EIA for clients who wanted a bespoke, interactive product that would enable them to reach a wider audience. Working with a key client on their Preliminary Environmental Information Report for a major infrastructure (DCO) project and subsequently alongside IEMA we have been able to develop and refine this offering to deliver a product that really does make complex easy to understand. I’m now pleased to launch demo versions of both our digital Environmental Statement and digital Non-Technical Summary to help clients visualise how this could help transform their stakeholder and public engagement" comments Amy Robinson,
The digital EIA complements our existing virtual consultation product and contributes to a comprehensive digital consultation offering that will not only enhance but provide resilience to our client’s projects as the planning system moves toward a digital first approach for information sharing”.
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Our digital Environmental Statements are founded on our deep environmental expertise and thirty years’ experience producing Environmental Impact Assessments for both onshore and offshore developments.
Founded in 1970, RPS, A Tetra Tech Company (RPS) is a leading global professional services firm of 5,000 consultants and service providers. Operating in 125 countries, working across six continents we define, design and manage projects that create shared value to a complex, urbanising and resource-scarce world.
RPS delivers a broad range of services in six sectors: property, energy, transport, water, defence and government services and resources. Services provided across RPS' six sectors cover twelve service clusters: project and program management, design and development, water services, environment, advisory and management consulting, exploration and development, planning and approvals, health, safety and risk, oceans and coastal, laboratories, training and communications, creative and digital services.
RPS stands out for its clients by using its deep expertise to solve problems that matter, making them easy to understand. Making complex easy.
For further information, please visit www.rpsgroup.com.