We undertake a Phase 1 survey as well as a more detailed habitat assessment including National Vegetation Classification (NVC) and monitoring of rare plants, habitat mapping, habitat management plans, and habitat translocation, creation, and mitigation design.
Our services include:
- Phase 1 – the Phase 1 survey method is the most widely used and accepted standard for mapping and assessing large areas of habitat;
- National Vegetation Classification (NVC) survey and mapping of semi-natural habitats;
- Our ecologists are trained and experienced in using UKHabs methodology, this has become a core service we provide.
- surveys and monitoring of plant communities; rare plants and habitats; including aquatic plants;
- habitat condition assessment;
- assessment of habitats against national and local designation and conservation criteria;
- assessment of hedgerows in relation to the Hedgerow Regulations 1997) and using the DEFRA Hedgerow Survey Handbook approach;
- habitat mapping and assessment for Biodiversity Net Gain Metric Calculations and BREEAM assessment;
- preparation of habitat management plans and advice on the management and conservation of habitats and plants;
- design of and site supervision of habitat translocation and creation; and
- survey and management of Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) plants including Japanese knotweed, Himalayan balsam, giant hogweed, New Zealand pygmyweed, and water fern.
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