Avian Ecology in Construction Forum Magazine

By | March 7th, 2018|EPS, Great Crested Newt, Housing|

Avian Ecology has recently been featured in January’s edition of Construction Forum magazine, the piece is in conjunction with Taylor Wimpey and details all the ecological works that we are providing. Avian Ecology has a long standing relationship with Taylor Wimpey and does many ecological surveys for new developments including; pre-application guidance, planning [...]

Bat Surveys at Leyland Mill, Greater Manchester

By | January 4th, 2017|Ecology Survey, EPS, European Protected Species, Protected Species|

Avian Ecology undertook a suite of bat surveys at a disused mill in Greater Manchester. Surveys included an Extended Phase 1 habitat survey, preliminary bat roost inspection survey or as its now known a Preliminary Roost Assessment (PRA). These surveys highlighted the need for additional bat activity surveys including dusk emergence and dawn re-entry surveys [...]

Change ahead for how developers address protected species?

By | March 22nd, 2016|Brownfield, EPS, European Protected Species, Housing|

  Natural England is consulting on possible changes to the handling of European protected species (EPS) licensing, aiming to achieve better outcomes for species and reduce costs, delays and uncertainty for developers.   The proposals shift the focus away from protecting individual animals on development sites and towards improving populations in the wider local area; [...]