Natural England

Posted by Sara King BSc & Hannah Maben BSc MIEEM on 29/11/2011

In September 2011, Natural England released New Reptile Mitigation Guidelines for Developers, which Ecosulis quickly reviewed and planned to implement.  In October 2011, Natural England decided to withdraw the first edition of the Reptile Mitigation Guidelines (September 2011), in order to seek further feedback and to provide further clarification.  Natural England proposes to reissue the public

Posted by Suzi Day on 17/06/2011

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. 

Posted by Julian Burchby on 17/06/2011

Ecosulis are delighted to have been awarded a contract to cut fenland vegetation on Frilford Heath SSSI in Oxfordshire for Natural England. 

The acid grassland, heathland and associated valley fens at Frilford Heath are unique in southern England.  The site has an exceptionally diverse flora and fauna, with over 400 species of vascular plants recorded, including many national rarities, together with rare beetles, flies, bees and other insects.