The presence of certain wildlife species and habitats can disrupt development of a site.
But it needn’t be the end of the world. The reality is that long delays and frustrations are usually avoidable with a combination of good practice and early planning.
Abricon has experience in dealing with all aspects of protected species and habitat mitigation, and will guide you through the different stages of the planning process - avoiding disruption and expensive delays.
We offer the following services:
- Habitat and Botanical Surveys:
- Phase 1 Habitat Surveys
- Species Surveys:
- Great Crested Newts
- Breeding Birds
- Water Voles
- Hedgerow Surveys
- CFSH and BREEAM Ecological Assessments
- Ecological Impact Assessments (EcIA)
- Environmental Impact Assessments
- Appropriate Assessment
- Mitigation Strategies & Licensing
- Management Planning
- Post-development Monitoring
Our ecological services support your planning needs.
Local planning authorities are now under various statutory obligations to take nature conservation into account when determining planning applications.
When responding to a planning application, the authority may grant unconditional planning permission, in practice however this is very rare.
In the majority of cases planning permission is only granted subject to certain conditions or a negotiated agreement with the developer.
We recognise that no two sites, and no two developments are ever the same. This individualistic approach to projects ensures our Clients a personal, professional and efficient service.
Abricon’s ecologists ensure that regulators receive the correct information the first time around, saving you time and money.
Contact Abricon for free initial advice on these and other environmental issues.