Global biodiversity specialist

One point of contact - the complete ecology service

We are primarily project managers, with very wide-ranging experience of managing the ecology on the largest projects in the UK. We are experts in all aspects of ecology from ocean floor to mountain top and experienced in all sectors.

Our services range from consultancy, surveys and assessment, data management and mapping, and laboratory analysis, to mitigation management and ecological contracting. Clients rely on us to manage the whole of the ecology process smoothly and pragmatically, and with regular clear communication.

We are specialists in ecological impact assessment, Habitats Regulations Assessment, European Protected Species Licences, geospatial technology, ornithology, marine benthic taxonomy, invertebrates, marine ecology, botany, arboriculture, habitat design and creation, and invasive species management.

We have a remarkable team who enjoy helping to make our clients successful. We recognise that you have a tough job with often alarmingly challenging responsibilities and we aim to take some worry from your shoulders. Together as a team we have the whole ecology issue covered.

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A submerged ancient forest has been found by divers off the coast of Norfolk.

This is close to an area in which Thomson Unicomarine has recently completed an extensive seabed survey.


Update in policy to help increase eel stocks

The European eel (Anguilla anguilla) has suffered huge stock declines over the years caused by migration barriers, water quality, disease and fishing pressures.


Water vole release success story

Darren Tansley at the Essex Wildlife Trust recently updated us on the progress of a population of water voles in their new location on the River Colne.


Natural England commission Thomson Ecology to undertake bird decline investigations

We have been commissioned by Natural England to undertake an investigation into the effect of human recreational activity on bird declines in areas of the Wirral.

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