Wildlife is 'our thing' and it has been for over 30 years. We offer a comprehensive range of ecology services tailor-made for you. We don't pay lip service or just tick boxes.  

We understand the needs of wildlife only too well and the delicate balance that is needed to co-exist.  We pride ourselves on finding sustainable solutions after surveys that are compatible with and promote the harmonious living of both humans and wildlife.  We understand the ever increasing need for housing and believe we can live in harmony and reach that demand. 

We are not going anywhere and we work with our corporate clients on tailor-made plans, on a long-term basis for the greater good of the environment whilst, realising CSR & biodiversity obligations. A wildlife survey is an assessment of all or part of the range of flora and fauna which can be found  in a defined area.

You may need a survey for several reasons:

  1. Before a  planning application, a development or a project ( BREEAM & Code for Sustainable Homes, Preliminary Ecological Appraisals, Protected species surveys)
  2. To assist in writing a  management plan
  3. A legal requirement for a project 
  4. To monitor the change in a  fixed given period or indefinitely 
  5. To plan a new or adapt a current management strategy
  6. ...or simply to just see what’s there. 

We can deliver  a comprehensive survey that covers all your needs and ongoing support. 

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SOME OF OUR AVAILABLE  SURVEYS

• Botanical Surveys

• Breeding Birds

• Common Standards Monitoring

• Desk Based Studies

• Ecological Watching Briefs

• Extended Phase 1 habitat surveys

• Habitat Management Plans

• Hedgerow Surveys

• Invertebrates (Aquatic and terrestrial)

• Mammals (Aquatic and terrestrial)

• Mitigation Strategies

• National Vegetation Classification (NVC)

• Species Reintroduction Assessments

• SNCI (Local Wildlife Site) Reviews

• Visitor Access Assessments

• Badgers

• Barn Owl

• Bats

• Breeding Birds

• Dormouse

• Great Crested Newt

• Otter

• Reptile

• Water Vole

• White-clawed Crayfish

 

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