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Environment Analyst UK collects data from environmental and sustainability consultancies and compiles a unique dataset showing market dynamics in the sector. Our reports provide specialist data and intelligence on the leading players in the UK plus insight into market drivers and opportunities in all client sectors and service areas.

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Note: we also offer analysis of the Global environmental consulting market through Environment Analyst Global via a separate subscription.

UK Company Insights

UK company insights 2017

Looks at the winners and losers (and their strategies) among environmental consultancy firms, mergers and acquisitions, the performance of listed companies, and the identification of notable SME firms.

UK Spotlight Profiles

UK spotlight profiles 2017

4 spotlight profiles of: APEM, Delta-Simons, GHD (UK) and LUC.

UK Market Assessment (overview and data tables)

UK Market Assessment 2017-18

EA’s unique assessment of the size and growth of the UK environmental consultancy market in 2016; as a whole, by service area and by client sector. Also contains market share/performance data of the top 30 consultancies, and EA’s 2017 and 2018 estimates and long-term market forecasts.

UK Competitor Analysis, V2


All 30 profiles due this year. Fully comprehensive and up to date profiles on: AECOM, Anthesis Group (inc Sustain), Arcadis, Arup, ATKINS (member of SNC-Lavalin Group), Black and Veatch, Bureau Veritas, Capita Property & Infrastructure, Cefas, CH2M (UK), Environmental Resources Management (ERM), Golder Associates, Jacobs, JBA Consulting, Mott MacDonald, MWH (now part of Stantec), PBA, PwC, Ramboll, Ricardo Energy & Environment, Royal HaskoningDHV, RPS Group, RSK Group, SLR Consulting, Temple Group and The Ecology Consultancy, Wardell Armstrong, Waterman Infrastructure & Environment (CTI), Wood, E&IS (formerly Amec Foster Wheeler E&I), WSP and WYG Environment

UK Market Trends

Market Trends 2017/18

Analysis of the results of our annual UK market trends survey, normally completed by environmental consultancy business managers. 

UK Service Areas Opportunities

Service Areas Opportunities 2017

A closer look at each of the 12 key service areas in turn, focusing on sector performance, company rankings, drivers and prospects. Covers: air quality; climate change & energy; contaminated land/remediation; ecological/landscape services; EIA & sustainable development; environmental. liabilities, risks & hazards; environmental management & compliance; environmental noise/vibration; environmental/sustainability policy & strategy; waste management/recycling; water quality & resource management and other services

UK Market Drivers

UK Market Drivers 2017/18

Assessing the wider economic landscape; what’s changing in the environmental policy agenda and driving the workload of environmental consultancies. Also looking at related sector performance, such as management consulting, planning and consulting engineering.

Definitions and methodology (UK)

Definitions, methodology and explanations for the series of reports in the UK Market Intelligence Series


Global Megatrends in Environmental Consulting

Global mega-trends

Senior figures in the industry share their experiences of the recent market ups and downs, identifying which factors they believe will be critical in determining future demand for EC services across the globe

Digital revolution disrupts environmental consulting


Insight report looking at how environmental consultancies and their clients are embracing all things digital

UK environmental consulting drivers and outlook


Special EA Market Insight series looking at the upcoming drivers and disruptors for the environment business sector.

Competitor Profiles


Anthesis Group including Sustain



ATKINS (member of SNC-Lavalin Group)

Black and Veatch

Bureau Veritas

Capita Property & Infrastructure



Environmental Resources Management (ERM)

Golder Associates


JBA Consulting

Mott MacDonald

MWH (now part of Stantec)



Ramboll Environ

Ricardo Energy & Environment

Royal HaskoningDHV

RPS Group

RSK Group


Temple Group and The Ecology Consultancy

Wardell Armstrong

Waterman Infrastructure & Environment (CTI)

Wood, E&IS (formerly Amec Foster Wheeler E&I)


WYG Environment