Ecological Surveys - Isle of Wight
Ecological Surveys - Isle of Wight

We provide a comprehensive range of Ecological, Bat and Tree Surveys (BS5837 -2012) for development.

 

This website can only provide a flavour of what we offer. Every site and every project is different. We will be delighted to discuss your specific project.

 

Whether you require a Phase 1 Habitat Survey, Bat Survey or  Tree Survey, please feel free to discuss your project with us -

help@ecological-surveys-ltd.co.uk

07736 458609

01503 240769

An old fashioned meadow

Phase 1 Surveys

Phase 1 or extended Phase 1 surveys are generally required for all proposed development sites, whether larger sites on agricultural / brown field site or small back gardens. We can advise on the appropriate level of surveys. Please call or email for an informal discussion.

 

Typical barn proposed for conversion

Bat Surveys

There are a whole host of reasons that a local authority might request a bat survey. Invariably, barn conversions and alterations to an existing roof structure no matter how minor, will normally trigger a requirement for a bat survey. Initially, this is usually for a 'scoping survey' to consider whether more complete surveys are actually required. Often this initial survey is all that is required. Other times this is simply a precursor to Emergence Surveys. Please call to discuss your personal requirements.

 

 

Ecological Surveys Ltd

Providing a comprehensive suite of Ecological Surveys on the Isle of Wight -

  • Phase 1
  • Extended Phase 1
  • Bat Scoping Surveys
  • Bat Emergence Surveys
  • Bat Activity Surveys
  • Badger Surveys
  • Reptile Surveys
  • Dormouse Surveys
  • Bird Surveys
  • Botany Surveys
  • Habitat Regulation Assessments (HRA / AA)

Contact us today!

If you have any queries or wish to discuss your project, please contact us:

Telephone:01503 240769

Mobile: 07736 458609

Email: help@ecological-surveys-ltd.co.uk

Email: paul@ecologicalsurveys isleofwight.co.uk

 

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