Amy Van de Sande
Amy has over five years’ experience undertaking technical air quality assessments, including road traffic impacts, exposure from rail emissions, odour assessments of agriculture and commercial kitchens, construction dust and mineral dust impacts, and contributing to carbon and climate change assessments.
Amy’s involvement in projects span from concept design through to planning submission and detailed design. She is adept at producing both standalone technical reports and contributing to wider assessments as part of the Environmental Impact Assessment process.
Amy’s experience in ADMS dispersion modelling covers a broad range of developments and building types across the public and private sector. Projects she has contributed to include a new residential and student accommodation block adjacent to Manchester Piccadilly train station and the Brent Cross Regeneration Scheme in London, including assessment of the new Thameslink train station with associated rail sidings and the relocated Waste Transfer Station.
She is a member of both the Institute of Environmental Sciences (IES) and the Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM).