We understand that ecological survey requirements can be difficult to navigate, and there are a wide range of surveys to understand in relation to development projects.

Understanding ecological opportunities and constraints early on in the design process can be critical to understanding budget and timescale implications, as well as any post-planning requirements that may be necessary.

To get the ball rolling with your ecological survey please complete the form opposite, and one of our team will be in touch with you to discuss your project needs.

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Ecology and Development

We understand that ecology is an important element of project planning as ecological features can pose significant constraints to development which may not always be clear at the outset of a project or at the land purchase stage.

Protected Species

Wharton offer ecological advice and analysis which is required by Local Planning Authorities for home improvement, development, master planning and restoration projects.

Ecological Assesments

We provide a range of ecological assessments to suit your needs, from preliminary ecological assessment through to ecological impact assessment (EcIA) to inform your planning application.

Biodiversity Net Gain

At Wharton we are aware that there are uncertainties from our clients about what BNG is, how we as ecologists assess BNG and what the requirements of planning authorities are.

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