It is essential to provide you with an accurate and clear professional assessment of the ecological issues facing your site. Our professional environmental impact surveys along with practical solutions will help you meet your project budgets and timescales, adhere to ecological legislation, and address/appease conservation concerns.
Concise and focused reporting and clear communication are the core to our approach and how we aim to achieve our client’s objectives. We understand the detail and time required to progress planning applications and offer a range of services to support this and any future licensing. Carefully considered mitigation will ensure you meet current legislation in order to achieve licensing, while our ongoing monitoring and management can give you complete peace of mind as your project progresses and completion.
Our projects currently extend throughout the South West including Devon, Cornwall, Somerset, Bristol, Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire, Kent, Bedford and Wales and our skilled and knowledgeable team of ecologists are always on hand to answer any of your questions or queries.
Protected Species Surveys
Licensing & Mitigation Services
Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA)
Our experienced team of ecologists are professional trained and hold all the relevant qualifications, memberships of the necessary professional bodies and statutory authority licenses. This includes the Bat Mitigation Class License (BML) for low impact works on small roosts of common and widespread bat species, as well as being one of few consultancies registered for works on trees and buildings for HS2. Our team carry out Environmental Impact Assessments on larger development Sites where overarching ecological survey assessment and impacts need to be addressed and for those sites close to areas of importance to nature conservation Habitat Regulation (HR) screening and assessment, essential in supporting and obtaining your planning permission.