Construction Environmental Management Plans (CEMP)

What does a management plan include?

Often required for planning, a Construction Environmental Management Plan details the impacts of a construction development. 

All new developments have some kind of effect on the environment, including ecosystems, natural resources (land, air and water), buildings and people. 

Effects can be temporary, permanent and cumulative. 

All effects need to be considered and documented, highlighting where and how any adverse effects can be avoided or mitigated.

Also, consideration should be given to present and future occupiers of the neighbourhood, and whether they will suffer loss of amenity, including disturbance from noise.

The Plan should cover ALL possible impacts, such as noise, dust, vibration, traffic and parking implications.

Construction Environmental Management Plans (CEMP) are essential in helping you plan your construction project and mitigate any environmental impact.

London Crystal Building and Bothwall Construction are recent clients of this service.

 

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