Permit Application Gap Analysis
Applying for an environmental permit is a legal requirement – and it can be a complicated and time-consuming process.
- Ensure your permit application process meets the requirements
- Initial gap analysis ensures you have all the information
- Guidance from an experienced environmental consultant
- Receive comprehensive advice from an expert
- Streamline the entire permit application process
- Reduce delays in receiving your permit
But our team of environmental consultants can take away some of the uncertainty and delay by carrying out an initial gap analysis.
A gap analysis can be carried out by our experienced experts who are equipped with comprehensive knowledge of the permit application process and already established relationships with the relevant regulatory bodies. They will review the application you propose to submit, along with any supporting information and evidence. If there are any gaps or improvements that could be made, this will all be detailed in an action plan.
Using our thorough service can help reduce the amount of time your business has to spend on the application process – and reduce any delays in receiving your permit from the regulatory body. Our understanding of environmental issues, regulatory requirements and the environmental permit application process experience will result in a smoother and streamlined experience for you.
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Best Available Technique (BAT) and Regulation 61
If you have an environmental permit you may have been asked to provide the EA with information regarding ‘BAT’. BAT stands for ‘Best Available Techniques’. In this piece we explain BAT, how it ties in with your permit, and your legal obligations under Regulation 61 of the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016.