Project updates and ecological news from our offices in London, East Anglia and Sussex
Our London office is has moved to larger premises near London Bridge.
At the Ecology Consultancy, Rosie hopes to strengthen her knowledge and experience in the full range of protected species, to obtain a dormouse licence and to apply her landscape experience to certain projects.Read More
The increase in staff numbers at The Ecology Consultancy means that we need more office space and we will have a new London base.Read More
Alex Prendergast from our Norwich office passed on his knowledge.Read More
We pride ourselves on our ‘aftercare’ service for clients and Sarah was able to provide a detailed and prompt response on the lighting levels and anticipated light spill into habitats that bats might use.Read More
Whilst onshore wind energy undoubtedly brings huge benefit to the UK’s energy, new proposals still have to be weighted against local issues, including impacts on ecology and biodiversity.
Research effort over the past 20 years on the impact of wind turbines on airborne wildlife has largely concentrated on bird fatalities.Read More
Staff from the Norwich office attended the IEEM Renewable Energy and Biodiversity Impacts conference in Cardiff in November 2012 to learn about professional issues for ecologists working in the renewable energy sector. They heard how this is a particular development sector unlike any other, with a different set of issues.Read More
Green roof and landscaping proposalRead More
Natural England is in the process of increasing its staff capacity in order to become an advisory body to planners. The service will be paid for by the introduction of “user charges” to developers. At present the service is limited to developments that may affect SSSIs or AONBs.Read More
Wivenhoe House Hotel, on the University of Essex’s parkland campus, has recently been hosting guests of a different kind…Read More