We offer thorough ecology services in Greater Manchester and the North West, for the purpose of building developments as well as conservation or the improvement of a site’s biodiversity. We apply our ethics and expertise at all the stages of the environmental management process, from initial surveys of proposed building grounds to the maintenance and regeneration of urban developments and rural lands.
One of our qualified and experienced specialists will survey the area as unobtrusively as possible, and come back to you with a detailed report of findings and recommendations.
We will visually assess and survey sites for protected species, such as bats, newts, badgers, nesting birds and certain flora and, if present, make recommendations about construction plans and biodiversty in order to protect these species to strict, legal guidelines.
We can carry out:
National Vegetation Classifications (NVC)
Phase 1 habitat survey
Phase 2 habitat survey
Ecological Impact Assessment (EcIA)
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
Invasive weed control
- Japanese knotweed
- Himalayan balsam
- Common ragwort
- Giant hogweed
Based on a free initial site visit, we will provide you with with a no obligation quote, including a site assessment, recommended work to control the specific species (with treatment timescale), and associated costs.
Our weed control operatives hold the appropriate NPTC pesticide qualifications, and all arisings are dealt with strictly within the limitations set out by the relevant legislation and as per industry good practice.