Ecosulis where tasked with the removal of 70 large conifer trees as part of a housing development in Tetbury, Gloucestershire. The project would involve two men on the ground with chainsaws, an excavator with tree shears and a Dutch Dragon Chipper. The trees would be dismantled using the tree shears and the timber chipped to be used as mulch at a later date.
Ecosulis offers a range of surveys and services that can be undertaken during the winter period.
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.
Ecosulis have been awarded a two year grounds maintenance contract for Home Farm Trust who operate homes for people with learning disabilities on sites in Stroud and Avening in the Cotswolds.
The work involves the maintenance of the grounds with a fortnightly visit to maintain planting beds, mowing, weed control, hedge cutting and clearance of autumn leaves. Securing this contract demonstrates the diverse range of services we can offer our clients.
Julian Burchby has recently joined us with over 15 years practical experience, including 10 years as a Contracts Manager for Silvanus Services working in the south west, initially in Devon and Somerset. Prior to establishing new teams in Bristol and Newbury, Julian helped Silvanus evolve from a trading subsidiary of a charity to the eventual sale and incorporation into a Plc, following a management buyout. Before this he had experience relating to the management of private estates and horticulture projects.
Potential options for management of land adjacent to Camden Crescent in Bath are being investigated by a subcommittee of Camden Residents Association. The initial objective is to improve public safety within and around the site. To achieve this, it will be necessary to create views from Camden Crescent through to the site by selective tree removal. This creates an opportunity to enhance the site and manage it as a functional space, and at the same time promote biodiversity gain.