Bright ideas & tailored solutions
The skills and services to get your project off the ground
Whether our clients need consent for a multimillion pound offshore wind farm or a new or a Health and Safety Environment audit, or a noise survey as part of a specific project, we can help.
The strength of our resources means we can tailor our services to meet your requirements. Our track record shows we are experienced in complex planning applications for mega-projects including impact assessments, strategic consenting and policy advice, and stakeholder management. As an international consultancy, we do draw on our resources globally but many of our clients work with us because we are local. We understand the community we work in and recognise the needs of all our clients, large and small.
Securing consent & minimising risk for energy & infrastructure projects
As experts in the management of environmental impacts, delivery and compliance, we have a strong track record in securing planning consent for developments worldwide.
Expertise & insight
Royal HaskoningDHV is called upon to provide research, guidance and best practice to industry regulators and policy makers. This specialist insight helps us deliver focussed solutions and robust projects.
Breadth of experience
Our staff are professional and passionate about everything they do – it is our commitment that sets Royal HaskoningDHV apart from its competitors We have the capability to provide assurances through every stage of a project’s life cycle.
Innovation – it’s in our DNA
Our Royal HaskoningDHV team has the creativity and technical ability to help you achieve your objective.
Partner of choice
We pride ourselves on being a ‘safe pair of hands’ and no matter how complex and challenging the project, our track record speaks for itself. Our clients come back time after time.
Evidence Plans for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects – lessons learnt one year on
The first in our Bright Ideas programme of events recently brought together a panel of experts, to discuss the introduction of Defra’s Evidence Plans for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs).
Please click here to read the article summarising the event.