We are an independent, multi-disciplinary environmental consultancy with a proven track record of delivering creative, integrated and cost-effective solutions that maximise the potential of development sites.
Our growing team of professionals, including a number with a background in business, local and authority and regulatory organisations, use a collaborative approach to devise solutions that that are respectful of technical and budgetary constraints, comply with industry guidance, whilst also fulfilling planning and commercial aspirations.
We have substantial experience in the delivery of all types of developments, including major infrastructure projects, residential housing schemes and renewable energy programs, across a broad range of environmental disciplines, including Planning, Hydrology and Drainage, Permitting and Regulation, Landscape, Ecology, Transport, Geo-Environmental and Hydrogeology, Noise and Vibration, and Arboriculture.
Such is our reputation and knowledge base, we are now often called to give expert witness testimony in more complex planning cases, including many sanctioned by the Secretary of State.
|Bristol Office||51.624859, -2.432083|
Tel: 01454 269 237
|Manchester Office||Ducie House, Ducie Street, Manchester, M1 2JW|
Tel: 0161 413 6444
|Sheffield Office||Samuel House, 5 Fox Valley Way, Stocksbridge, Sheffield, S36 2AA|
Tel: 0114 321 5151
Enzygo was established in 2008 when founding-directors, Peter Cumberlidge, Kevin Parr and Matt Travis, identified demand for a new model of environmental consultancy that was more adept at navigating through the growing complexity of planning rules and environmental legislation. What started as a three-man start up is now a thriving business employing over 57 consultants across offices in Bristol, Sheffield and Manchester, with experts serving all of the major environmental disciplines.
All 3 directors are delighted to be celebrating Enzygo’s 10 year anniversary in 2018.
Select a director to learn more about their skills.
Kevin Parr MRICS, Director
Kevin Parr has over twenty years’ experience in the minerals and waste management sectors. As a qualified minerals surveyor, and with extensive background in Project Management, Kevin has been instrumental in the delivery of a number of complex waste-related developments and facilities.
Kevin also has substantial technical and practical experience in the preparation and submission of planning development proposals including residential housing, retirement and care home villages, energy from waste, battery and solar farms, waste transfer stations, material recovery and even developments sitting in the green belt.
Kevin leads Enzygo’s Planning team and is based in the company’s Bristol office.
Peter Cumberlidge, MCIWM, Director
Peter has been actively involved in the resources sector for more than two decades with senior roles in waste management and renewable energy companies, technology suppliers and waste management consultants.
Peter has substantial hands on technical, procurement and project development experience in securing environmental permits for a range of applications including waste treatment and recovery plants, energy infrastructure, water supply, dry docks and waste transfer stations.
Peter leads Enzygo’s Permitting team and is based in the company’s Bristol office.
Matt Travis BSc (Hons) MSc MCIWEM C.WEM CEnv CSci, Director
Matt Travis has become one of the UK’s leading authorities on hydrology and flood risk with over a decade’s worth of experience in providing hydrological advice in the areas of water supply, flood modelling, water quality, drainage, business continuity planning and environmental permitting, and is frequently called upon to act as an expert witness.
Matt has substantial experience in the modelling of hydrological events, from 1D and 2D modelling of tidal and fluvial flooding through to the simulation of drainage systems and reservoir operation. His work has more recently centred around providing flood risk advice and modelling for a wide range of applications including energy infrastructure, LNG terminals, oil pipelines, golf courses, wind farms, renewable energy plants, housing developments and holiday parks.
Matt leads Enzygo’s Hydrology team and is based in the company’s Sheffield office.
Here are a selection of clients we work with.
An innovative developer in the UK
Providing holidays across the UK
Land & Property Developer
Land & Property Developer
Care Home Developer
Hotel & Leisure
Land & Property Developer
Waste & Minerals
Enzygo’s chosen charity is SFAC (strengthening families for abandoned children) and we give donations to help support their work. SFAC work with non-profitable organisations in rural Zimbabwe and Uganda, Sri Lanka and Brazil and many others in between.
SFAC aim is to ensure that everyone providing care for vulnerable children can access training and professional support that is accessible, adaptable and applicable to their own culture and context.
They work closely with partners to help set up and implement systems and procedures to allow them to provide the best possible care for the children they work with.
Learn more about SFAC – sfac.org.uk