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7. Effectively communicate of ideas in a variety of forms for a range of recipients

6. Formulate, implement and evaluate stakeholder engagement strategies

5. Gather, manipulate and interpret relevant data on environmental issues, taking account of uncertainties, assumptions and actions in the absence of complete data

4. Make critical judgements about the magnitude and significance of environmental impacts arising from economic activities

3. Plan, apply and evaluate environmental assessment methodologies and mitigation strategies to evaluate the performance of policies, plans and projects in addressing the sustainability agenda

2. Demonstrate a systematic understanding and critical awareness of the environmental assessment processes, their relative strengths and weaknesses and the critical parameters that contribute to successful environmental assessment

1. Critically discuss perspectives of the concept of sustainable development and demonstrate a systematic understanding of the economic, social and political factors restricting its translation into practice

Remember that a detailed analysis of environmental impacts is not needed in scoping; the relationship between the proposed development and existing development or features will undoubtedly inform the scoping exercise.

Defining its scope is one of the most critical parts of an EIA in that it sets the context for what follows. If the scope is defined too narrowly, some critical area of uncertainty or adverse impact may emerge late in the day.

For the exercise, assume that you have been engaged as a consultant to assess the feasibility of the project with particular reference to the likelihood of gaining the necessary planning consent.

For this assessment exercise, you will be allocated a case study outlining the details of a development proposal. There will be a range of case study scenarios, and these will be provided alongside with this brief.

Environmental Impact Assessment

5. Do you feel the distinction made by courts in cases of pure economic loss between negligent misstatement and activities is sustainable?

Critically analyse how far private nuisance protects the interests of the UK’s upper classes at the expense of others