Welcome to Wildwood Ecology

Operating out of our offices in The Cotswolds and South Wales, we specialise in planning permission involving bats and heritage buildings. Get in touch today and our expert team will help you achieve the right balance between your commercial and ecological responsibilities.

We’ll help you do the right thing at the right price

We’re passionate about conserving our natural environment.

We’re problem solvers who understand commercial realities.

Our love of wildlife means that it’s in our nature to work that bit harder for the right result – going that extra mile to deliver pragmatic and cost-effective ecological solutions for our public and private sector clients.

Our Services

Wildwood Ecology is a fully independent ecological consultancy providing a broad range of ecological surveys and a professional consultancy service throughout England and Wales.

We pride ourselves on always giving you the whole picture from the outset so you’ll know exactly where you stand and won’t be hit with any nasty surprises further down the line

Preliminary
Ecological Appraisal

Phase 1 habitat survey to assess the ecological impacts of a development

Preliminary Ecological Appraisal Light PEAL

A cost-effective, one-day scoping version of our Preliminary Ecological Appraisal

Protected Species
Surveys

Specialist surveys for European and Nationally protected species

Continued Professional
Development (CPD)

Industry-leading professional training for ecologists and other related professions

Development Licences & Mitigation

Development licences and mitigation for projects involving protected species

Our Team

Together they bring a wealth of expertise to offer you a comprehensive range of ecological services from our offices in the Cotswolds and South Wales.

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Where a development or activity affects a legally protected species, a licence may be required in order for works to be lawfully undertaken.
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Where a development or activity affects a legally protected species, a licence may be required in order for works to be lawfully undertaken.
Find out more