Be able to start your works on site sooner, and have more value from your investment, with our proportionate and effective ecological mitigation.
We help clients apply for European Protected Species Mitigation Site Licences for projects with bats or great crested newts throughout England.
This is needed when your works would likely have a significant impact on a European Protected Species. We can produce the Mitigation Method Statement and help with the other documentation for applying for the site licence after planning permission to enable your works to proceed legally.
This is appropriate when although European Protected Species (e.g. bats, great crested newts, dormice) are present on your site, impacts can be avoided with careful working. Most non-European protected species, such as widespread reptile species, can be mitigated for without a site licence.
This is appropriate when impacts on a European Protected Species such as bats would be relatively minor, but unavoidable. For such instances we have a network of approved consultants holding Low Impact Class Licences to enable your works to proceed sooner with proportionate mitigation.
This service is appropriate where potential ecological impacts during construction may be complex. An Ecological Clerk of Works monitors and advises to ensure your works proceed in compliance with wildlife legislation, relevant planning conditions and agreed ecological method statements.
Avoid impacts wherever possible and reduce your need for mitigation and compensation – it is not only better for the wildlife, it will save you a lot of time and money! Where mitigation is unavoidable, we have the experience and resources to help you get started as soon as possible.
The purpose of this is to ensure that the mitigation has been effective and to advise on adjustments as necessary. Our monitoring is designed to be focussed and proportionate and ensure easy comparison with previous surveys to demonstrate the effectiveness of your mitigation.
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