Writing, editing and environmental consultancy services

A virtual member of your team

Offering writing and editing services, I provide an extra resource to have at your fingertips to help you get it right the first time. Instead of spending time that you could be using to earn money and grow your business, why not get someone whose strengths lie in writing and reviewing to help you?

Take advantage of my environmental knowledge and experience to get your environmental impact assessment strategy right from the outset and set your project up for success. You can also benefit from having an experienced writer and reviewer on your team, and one with specific expertise in this area without the overheads of a larger consultancy.

Why use a writer?

Whatever your line of work, you are no doubt very good at what you do – otherwise you wouldn’t be in business, would you? But we can’t all be good at everything, can we? Not everyone is able to write convincingly or in a way that gets their message across clearly and succinctly. Nor can everyone write compelling copy to convert a passing interest into an enquiry or sale.

This is where an experienced writer can help. Working closely with you, I will craft the right words to tell the right story for what you need, leaving you with time to look after your clients. I work with businesses to develop and hone their websites and marketing materials and provide regular new content in the form of articles and blogs to help you put your best foot forward.

Why work with an editor?

Perhaps you do write your own copy for your website or promotional materials. You may produce reports or other communications for clients or to generate new business. Or you may have spent months and years on your dissertation, thesis, or research paper.

While you may write well it is near impossible to proofread your own work – you know what you’re trying to say, so the little errors and typos creep in without you realising. I can help!

Looking for independent EIA advice and assistance?

If you are a developer, or working on behalf of one, you may need some EIA (environmental impact assessment) expertise. Getting planning approval for any development will require some form of environmental assessment, but it need not be complex or cost the earth.

I have been working in EIA and environmental consultancy for 20 years, both in the UK and internationally, and have secured consent for a variety of projects. I manage EIAs and specialist team inputs for projects ranging from pre-feasibility stage through to EIA management to preparation and review of Environmental Statements (ES). I can also assist with managing the discharge of planning conditions.