At Logika Consultants, we believe that our future relies on environmental consultancy that supports progressive and sustainable development and a healthier world.
Logika Consultants was founded in early 2020 with a mission to offer our clients a different approach to environmental consultancy – one that we believe firmly meets the needs of the changing environmental context.
Logika Consultants is focused on providing environmental advice and design solutions that allow projects to gain the appropriate permissions or consent by ensuring that environmental objectives are embedded at the heart of the design process.
Logika Consultants offers a wide range of services to meet our clients' environmental requirements.
Environmental advice and strategy
Embedded design and the environmental masterplan
Survey and assessment
Environmental advice to airports and the aviation sector
Our sister companies, Air Quality Consultants and Noise Consultants, provide expert advice relating to air quality and noise modelling, monitoring and assessment.
Air Quality Consultants
Comprehensive modelling, monitoring and assessment of air quality.
Independent expert advice and assessments covering all aspects of environmental noise and vibration.
Logika Consultants is open for business!
Logika Consultants has opened its doors for business and is already busy. We have contracts with important clients such as Heathrow Airport and London Luton Airport and have begun recruiting new staff.
Cross River Park
Environmental design input into a feasibility study for a large new urban park, comprising of land within the London Boroughs of Greenwich and Newham and to include the River Thames that would pass through its centre.
Hinkley New Nuclear Power Station
A new Nuclear Power Station is currently under construction at Hinkley Point, Somerset. This was permitted via a Development Consent Order as it is a piece of National Significant Infrastructure.
Greenwich Peninsula Landscape Masterplan
Greenwich Peninsula was a heavily industrialised part of London that has been undergoing a major transformation since English Partnerships (now Homes England) purchased 121 hectares of disused land and invested over £225m to decontaminate the site, enhance the transport network and create new homes, commercial space, community facilities, parkland and public space along the river.
Wild London, Open London
The role of Wild London, Open London was to improve access to and the use of the network of parks, gardens, nature reserves, rivers, canals and other areas of green space in London.