Tomorrow’s communities are facing many environmental challenges – which can only be managed by an experienced advisor with recognised expertise. Sweco’s environmental specialists create inhabitable environments using careful planning and creative thinking. Our multi-disciplinary environment team offer pragmatic deliverable solutions to ensure that developments work in harmony with their surrounding environment and that impacts are managed in a sustainable way.


  • Acoustics, Environmental Noise & Vibration
  • Carbon Management
  • Contaminated Land and Water Quality
  • Ecology
  • Environmental Impacts
  • Ground Engineering
  • STAG
  • Sustainable Development and Planning
  • Waste and Resources Management
  • WebTAG


Sweco’s team will help deliver your successful transport project, using STAG and other appraisal tools by providing a robust business case, with fully integrated environmental consideration, backed by thorough knowledge and understanding of the consultation process.

Over the years, Sweco’s environment team have built up strong relationships with Statutory Environmental Bodies, such as Scottish Natural Heritage and Scottish Environment Protection Agency. We have wide experience in undertaking the environmental requirements of STAG, for both Part 1 and the more detailed Part 2 appraisals. Our multi-disciplinary approach means we can identify issues or impediments early in the process and be proactive in offering solutions to help inform decision making.

STAG is the toolkit that Transport Scotland use for making investment decisions on transport projects.


  • Rebecca
    Principal Consultant (EIA)
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