Fit for purpose

At the heart of our ethos is the desire to give our clients the best outcomes in their organisations and across their projects. We recognise that each client will have different priorities and we work hard to ensure our advice is bespoke and specific.

Sustainability is a constantly evolving concept. Temple has many industry leading specialists who can help to identify the links between its social, economic and environmental components. Each component is supported by a team of dedicated analysts, researchers and assessors, allowing us to advise on any aspect of sustainability.

Good Environmental and Social Governance (ESG) has become central to the corporate objectives of many organisations, and the need to satisfy their stakeholders, regulators and partners means that it pays to keep ahead of the curve. Temple helps by engaging our clients, asking the right questions and understanding their operations to offer a range of advisory services, from high level strategic insights to in-depth analysis and step-by-step methodologies.

Our established professionals can advise you on large scale projects, for example from understanding programme implications of survey timescales, to highlighting their interdependencies and uncertainties to allow for a smoother and more cost-effective process.

Natural capital and ecosystem services underpins the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan, and our team can advise on how to achieve environmental net gain, building on our capabilities in Biodiversity Net Gain and habitat creation, social value, digital delivery and environmental assessment.

Our approach to Advisory and Sustainability

Our specialists also provide a range of climate services, from greenhouse gas analysis, decarbonisation strategies and offsetting, to adaptation pathways and nature-based solutions.

Key Contacts

Mark Skelton Managing Director
Dr Xiangyu Sheng Director - Air Quality, Climate & Carbon
Jon Riley Divisional Director - Biodiversity
Rhian Halford Associate Director - Environment & Consents
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