Peter Thompson – Jonathan Rhind Architects Ltd
We’re problem solvers who understand commercial realities.
Our experienced team operates from two offices and has been providing ecological surveys and consultancy services across England and Wales since 1998. We are proud to deliver pragmatic solutions to our wide and expanding client base.
As part of our collaborative approach we provide core ecological services such as our tailored Preliminary Ecological Appraisals.
Designed around our clients’ needs our services with their clear and concise reports will inform and help to progress your project development.
We offer expertise across terrestrial and aquatic habitat types. Our licensed and experienced ecologists routinely liaise with government agencies on ecological and planning issues, including mitigation measures and monitoring of protected species. Our ecologists are members of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM), the professional body that represents and supports ecologists and environmental managers in the UK, Ireland and abroad.
We are specialists in undertaking bat surveys and our ecological staff either hold, or are working towards acquiring, their bat licence. Our 20 plus years of experience in undertaking bat surveys has allowed us to develop a strong understanding of complex sites, including historic and listed buildings and estate management.
Wildwood Ecology holds professional indemnity, employers’ liability, and public liability insurance cover. Our motivated staff are trained to work in confined space and low risk asbestos environments, hold LISS/CSCS cards, and are first aid and health and safety trained. Wildwood Ecology is a registered and approved SafeContractor company.
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Did you know
The Great Crested Newt (GCN) is the largest native newt found in the UK. Previously a common species that many people remember finding in backyard ponds populations have declined in recent years and it is now a rare species across Europe and strictly protected.
GCN actually only use ponds for breeding and spend most of the year outside of water where the surrounding habitat is important hunting and resting grounds for the newt. The GCN is a top predator and will eat most things that happen to walk by that it can fit in its mouth!
GCN can be found in a variety of habitats and even in urban ponds where they may not be expected.
Wildwood Ecology can offer both traditional methods of surveying for GCN, along with novel environmental DNA surveys. Contact us now for a tailored quote.