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Welcome to Neo

Neo Environmental Ltd is a multidisciplinary consultancy that aims to provide cost effective environmental and technical solutions to clients working in the residential, retail, utilities, mixed-use, renewables, aggregates and infrastructure sectors across the UK and Ireland.

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Welcome

Neo Environmental Ltd is a multidisciplinary consultancy that aims to provide cost effective environmental and technical solutions to clients working in the residential, retail, utilities, mixed-use, renewables, aggregates and infrastructure sectors across the UK and Ireland. Our clients range from developers, planning consultants, architects and engineers to community groups, public bodies and academic institutions.
Our team consists of experienced multi-disciplinary consultants, including EIA Project managers, landscape architects, ecologists, heritage and archaeological consultants, environmental engineers, acousticians, hydrologists, geophysical surveyors, graphic designers and specialist technicians.
The company was formally established in 2012 with our head office based in Glasgow. Three further offices have since been added in England, Ireland and Northern Ireland providing an extensive geographical coverage across the whole of the UK and Ireland.

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Administrator – Glasgow

Neo Environmental are seeking to recruit a suitably qualified administrator and book keeper. The successful candidate will join our expanding team
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Positive Planning decision on NW200 Project

Neo Environmental were delighted to have been present in Coleraine last Wednesday for the unanimous positive planning decision on the
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Bright Skies Ahead for Neo Environmental

Glint and glare assessments predict where and when solar reflections from solar panels occur, measured at 1-minute intervals over the
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Industrial Impact of Renewables

We are delighted to have been included in Scottish Renewables report on the industrial impact of renewables. http://bit.ly/2pVmaFM