In 2004 the Directors of what was then Conservation Consultancy Ltd, took the decision that a change of name and image was in order to reflect the move from primarily an ecological consulting and contracting company to one with an expanding range of services, a growing and diversified workforce and an increased level of expertise.
Ecosulis is a member of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Biodiversity, who recently prepared this useful summary regarding the biodiversity strategy for England published last week. A copy of the strategy can be accessed here.
Amphibians – Great crested newt surveys have now ended until spring but recruitment monitoring continues through August and September and translocations will continue up to November
Bats – Tree climbing surveys and building inspections are on-going and the season for activity bat surveys will end in September
Since opening our Exeter office 12 months ago Ecosulis’s presence in the south west has continued to grow. We have secured a number of large projects for various clients across a range of sectors. Here is a selection of examples:
Ecosulis is delighted to support the south west charity Countryside Mobility (www.countrysidemobility.org) by donating an 8GB iPod Touch as a prize at their open day in May to launch their exciting new Countryside Mobility scheme!
The Countryside Mobility scheme provides easy access to the countryside for people with disabilities living in and visiting South West England through a mobility scooter hire scheme.
Wiltshire, 16th March 2011- Ecosulis has had a great start in 2011 and is delighted to have been awarded two prestigious habitat creation projects in quick succession. Following a competitive tendering process, Ecosulis were selected by the Environment Agency and are now mobilising teams to complete the work within the critical timeframes available.
To illustrate an example of a green infrastructure benefit – many drainage solutions in past years involved the use of large concrete pipes situated underground or concrete, channelised canals. New solutions would look to fully integrate environmental options, such as bio-engineered revetments, nearby ponds, reedbeds and/or swales to create a bio-engineered solution, linking low quality habitats with those of high quality.