For the second year running, Thomson environmental consultants will be attending The UK’s Real Estate Investment & Infrastructure Forum (UKREiiF) between 16-18th May in Leeds.
We’d be delighted to discuss how your business and nature can thrive together. We are passionate about helping our clients achieve growth targets and profitability in the most sustainable way. We cover a breadth of sustainability specialisms from climate change, ecological advice, surveys, and assessments, to data management, mapping and habitat creation.
We will be positioned at Stand E56 in the exhibition hall, where over 6,000 investors, developers, local authorities and occupiers will visit over the course of the three-day event. At Thomson, we understand the complexities of environmental regulation and the challenges project managers face delivering a project on time and within budget.
Clients choose Thomson as we are a one-stop environmental consultancy and contracting service, delivering reliable, cost effective solutions to environmental issues throughout the lifecycle of projects.
Our key focus areas of discussion at UKREiiF will be:
- Biodiversity net gain,
- Nutrient neutrality and nature based solutions for development, and
- Climate change and sustainability.
Dan Reynolds, Thomson’s Director, said: “last year’s exhibition allowed us to make connections with many new and existing clients. We hope this year to build upon those relationships as well as further showcase our one-stop environmental consultancy and contracting service to the broad range of event participants.”
Keith Griffiths, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of UKREiiF, said: “We’re pleased to announce that Thomson Environmental Consultants will be joining us for the second annual UKREiiF event in the exhibition hall. We’re looking forward to giving them the opportunity to build those commercially rewarding relationships with our delegates.”
Venue: Leeds City Centre, Royal Armouries Leeds & Leeds Dock, New Dock, Armouries Dr, Leeds, LS10 1LT
Date & Time: 16th-18th May 2023, 08:00 – 17:00
Please feel free to download some of the publications that we’ll be sharing at the event:
- The false dichotomy that businesses must choose between growth and carbon reduction
- Mapping the path to Carbon Zero
- Understanding local environments is as important as understanding the wider one
- The UK is taking an environmental lead, we all need to be ready to step up to it
- The built environment of the future will be bigger but also greener
- The scale of the challenge is unprecedented
- It’s not just about construction
- Building nature into cities
- Building obsolescence out
- Why river pollution is damming the flow of new housing and how we might unblock it
- What’s the problem with nutrients?
- How can we build back better if we can’t build at all?
- How can we neutralise the nutrients?
- Supporting Your Projects
- Site Selection
- Planning and Design
- Mitigation Implementation, Habitat Creation and Tree planting
- Coastal squeeze and habitat creation, driving biodiversity
- Through the lens: Barnacles
- Parasitism – living at the expense of others
- Does a long neck help with living in the mud?