English meadow biodiversity
“I am delighted Nathan Swankie will be leading our growing Environment & Health practice in the UK. Nathan has been in the environmental consulting industry for over 25 years and brings experience across a range of disciplines, including deep expertise in environmental impact assessments and the energy sector, both in the UK and globally. He is perfectly positioned to continue to grow our business and support our clients in their green transition.” says Environment & Health Managing Director Jesper Dalsgaard.
Philippa Spence, UK Managing Director added, “Nathan is a well-respected and highly collaborative leader. He brings an impressive track record, strong client relationships and an excellent portfolio of projects. Nathan knows our business well and I look forward to continuing to work with him in his new capacity.”
Nathan Swankie said, “It is a truly exciting time to be leading our UK Environment & Health practice. Our expertise is in strong demand, with clients increasingly requiring support for their climate change, net zero and environmental, social & governance (ESG) activities as the world transitions to a low carbon and climate resilient future. We will continue our sharp focus on our technical development and innovation, along with our high levels of service to our clients.”
Nathan is based in Ramboll’s Edinburgh office in Scotland. He brings a wealth of local experience, particularly in renewables, but works across Europe, Asia and other parts of the world. Most recently Nathan has been involved with the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the proposed Whiteneuk wind farm development (up to 200 Mega-Watts) in Dumfries and Galloway (UK) on behalf of Vattenfall; and, a Power from Shore (PfS) consenting study designed to support a client’s transition to net zero through connecting an offshore asset to an onshore renewable energy supply.