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Water vole release success story

20-Jan-15 - Between 2008 and 2012 we carried out a water vole capture and release project in collaboration with Essex Wildlife Trust for the London Gateway development in Essex. Read more

Natural England commission Thomson Ecology to undertake bird decline investigations

19-Dec-14 - We have been commissioned by Natural England, the government’s advisor on the natural environment, to undertake an investigation into the effect of human recreational activity on bird declines on two SSSIs (Sites of Special Scientific Interest) in the Wirral. Read more

"BIM and the 'ologies" breakfast workshop

04-Dec-14 - On the 2nd December project managers and environmental specialists from a range of top UK companies attended an informative event about the future of Building Information Modelling (BIM). Read more

How to assess biodiversity in planning applications

28-Nov-14 - Due to the success of our recent BIM (Building Information Modelling) workshop, we are again joining our archaeology partner, Wessex Archaeology, to host another workshop to explore the BIM compatibility of ecology and archaeology for large construction projects. Read more

Saudi government commissions Thomson Ecology

28-Nov-14 - A team from Thomson Ecology, were recently consulted by the Arriyadh Development Authority on biodiversity in the Al Ha’ir Lakes; part of the Wadi Hanifah Restoration Project. Read more

Nancy Thomson on the Young Enterprise panel of "Dragons"

17-Nov-14 - For the third year, Thomson Ecology’s CEO, Nancy Thomson, is appearing on the panel of “Dragons” at the Guildhall in Guildford this week as part of the Young Enterprise Dragons’ Den event. Read more

"BIM and the 'ologies" breakfast workshop update

13-Nov-14 - Our “BIM and the ‘ologies” breakfast workshop is now fully subscribed. Read more

Thomson Ecology receives Green Apple Award

11-Nov-14 - Thomson Ecology and Crossrail were proud to receive a Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice at the House of Commons yesterday. Read more

Introducing the Temporary Exclusion Channel (TEC)

10-Nov-14 - On sites where we have installed newt or reptile fencing, there is often a need for vehicle access within the fenced area. Developers and contractors need an alternative to conventional wildlife fence gates. Read more

Solar farm soft landscaping

04-Nov-14 - Thomson Habitats is providing soft landscaping features around a new solar farm which has been built to provide renewable energy on previously cultivated land in Wiltshire Read more

"BIM and the 'ologies" breakfast workshop

31-Oct-14 - This short meeting has been organised to explore the BIM compatibility of ecology, archaeology and other data, external to buildings. Read more