Posted by Daniel Allen on 19/02/2019

The groundbreaking app, which helps users measure changes in biodiversity quality, beat off strong competition to win its category at the BusinessGreen Technology Awards 2018 in December.  This was followed with further recognition at the FSB (Federation of Self Employed & Small Businesses) Celebrating Small Business Awards 2019 in February.


Posted by Suzi Day and Cain Blythe on 17/02/2015

In 1990, Ecosulis was a family owned business set up by Dave and Ali Green. Ecosulis was run from the family home and grew by addressing clients needs at the time, by offering applied ecological knowledge, technical capability and a strong commercial awareness.

Over the twenty five years since, the business has expanded and has a presence throughout the UK and offices in Bath, Exeter, Monmouth, Chester and London. The HQ is based in a 3,000sq ft Rickyard (seed store) located between Bristol and Bath.

Posted by Suzi Day on 28/11/2012

Direct from Scandinavia, the walled City of York welcomes flocks of Waxwings (Bombycilla garrulous). Up to several thousand Waxwings have arrived this autumn and can be clearly identified by the bright red tips on their plumage, square-ended yellow tail feathers and a black band running across their eyes.

Image courtesy of Yuri Timofeyev

Posted by Rod Ellison on 10/04/2012

Last week Ecosulis has received notification from the Ministry of Defence (MOD) that we had been successful in our bid to be a participating consultant/contractor in a three year framework agreement to supply technical support. The contract is referred to as FATS/4. 

Posted by Jason M. Reeves AIEEM on 2/04/2012

On 27 March 2012, the UK Government published its final version of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), which sets out the Government's planning policies for England and how they should be applied.

The final NPPF is an improvement (for nature conservation) over the initial draft that went out for consultation in 2011, however there are still some concerns.

Posted by on 9/09/2011

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.