EAS is an independent environmental consultancy founded in 1986. EAS has been helping both public and private sector clients and individuals meet regulatory standards, planning submissions and planning conditions for over 30 years.
The technical team and the services we provide have evolved to meet the requirements of ever changing regulatory and good practice guidelines that have been produced and implemented, through government licensing and local authority planning requirements, to improve the environment we all live and work in.
Our clients include planners, architects, landowners, developers, local government, government agencies, businesses and others.MEET THE TEAM
We offer a range of assessments for planning applications, conditions, compliance and other industry and personal requirements. All our assessments are tailor made to suit our clients requirements and time frames.
We offer long term monitoring solutions for development projects, compliance, operations monitoring, health and safety, industrial exposures and improvement monitoring.
We offer modelling for noise and air quality impact assessment, as well as metocean, hydrodynamic and plume discharge modelling for projects in the UK and abroad.
We offer support and guidance for permitting applications, BREEAM assessment, drainage and capacity checks/ applications, discharge licence applications, soil and water quality sampling and analysis review, and invasive plant identification and treatment.
The team at EAS are a friendly and professional group of environmental consultants with a wide range of experience. We take pride in combining our scientific and technical knowledge with experience and an adaptive approach, to produce services tailored to our client’s requirements.
BSc (Hons), CEng, CEnv, MICE, MIEAust, MCIWEM, MIEnvSc
Prior to founding EAS in 1986, Malcolm has worked in Australia, Africa and the UK on numerous international infrastructure projects. With a wealth of experience in the built environment, Malcolm has contributed to hundreds of environmental assessments and permit applications.
BSc (Hons), MCIWEM, MIEnvSc, ACIEEM
Having worked for EAS since 2007 before becoming Director in 2015, Lucy is experienced in a wide range of reports, specialising in ecological surveys, contaminated land and flood risk assessments.
Sandra joined EAS in 1991, and has helped the company grow. With experience in banking, finance and PR, Sandra manages the accounts.
BSc (Hons) MIES, MIAQM
Lisa joined EAS in 2018; she holds a BSc in Environmental Science and brings expertise in air quality assessment/management from both the public and private sector. Lisa has experience in a range of environmental assessment and development planning projects having previously worked for a number of local authorities across the south-east.
Carol joined EAS in 2018 to take over the role of office manager.
BSc (Hons) ACSM, PGCert (Eng)
Emily joined EAS in 2020, she has a BSc in Environmental Management and PGCert in Sustainable Waste Management. She has experience in a variety of heavy industry permitting projects, primarily within the mining industry. Emily has a keen interest in the ecology and management of the coastal zone, and in Sustainable Development
We are currently hiring for the following positions:
EAS undertake environmental assessments to inform, amongst
other things, development design and provide our clients and
regulators with the information required to make informed
The role of the Environmental Consultant is to design and confirm an appropriate level of assessment, to undertake desktop studies and site assessments, and produce technical, scientific reports suitable for submission to our clients, their representatives and regulators (such as Local Councils and the Environment Agency).
Key tasks and accountabilities
A good knowledge of English Language is essential. Maths or Physics would be an advantage.
To apply: Please send a covering letter and CV to Malcolm McKemey at email@example.com
Location: Hickstead, Haywards Heath, West Sussex
Salary: Competitive – based on experience
EAS undertake environmental assessments to inform, amongst other things,
development design and provide our clients and regulators with the information
required to make informed decisions.
The role of the Ecologist is to design and complete Preliminary Ecological Appraisals (PEAs) and Protected Species Surveys, and produce technical, scientific reports with appropriate recommendations for mitigation and enhancement suitable for submission to our clients, their representatives and regulators (such as Local Councils and Natural England).
Key tasks and accountabilities
To apply: Please send a covering letter and CV to apply – to Lucy Monday at firstname.lastname@example.org