Dealing with building occupant behaviour, either in residents or staff, is a key factor in controlling the environmental impact of a building. The application of applied behavioural science and environmental psychology for the built environment can be excluded as part of sustainable initiatives or left to other professional who have limited understanding of the subject.

We are able to provide studies of building occupants, carried out by specialist scientists, to identify behavioural issues and highlight where improvements can be made.

Driving change in behaviour should be a holistic and positive process to create environmental significant behaviour (ESB). ESBs have been shown to be fundamental in the application of carbon reduction strategies, and these have been incorporated to include managing change of unionised staff, high density general public areas within cities, large buildings and public transport structures.