The Habitat Co-op can undertake the work required for your development to comply with wildlife law and to ensure that planning conditions are met. As our team is made up of ecologists that are familiar with the requirements of the Wildlife and Countryside Act and the Habitats Directive, we can ensure that your development is compliant with legislation. This also ensures that, in many cases, costs are saved from the requirement of having to pay additionally for an ecologist to support a ground clearance team during the initial site preparation work of a development.
Habitat manipulation and clearance sensitive to reptiles, dormice and great crested newts (under European Protected Species (EPS) licences where required).
Artificial badger setts
The construction of artificial badger setts and badger sett closures (under licence).
Breeding birds search
Hand searches for breeding birds and subsequent habitat clearance (required between March and August).
Bat roost installation
The construction and installation of new and replacement bat roosting habitat (under EPS licence where required).
Wildflower meadow ground preparation, sowing and subsequent management.
Planting hedgerows, trees and shrubs
Planting hedgerows, trees and shrubs.
Ponds and wetlands
The construction, planting and management of ponds and wetland habitat.
Building features for mitigation projects, including reptile and amphibian hibernacula, ‘bug hotels’, buried log piles for stag beetles, bird nesting features and bat roosts.
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