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Natural flood defences can help protect our coast and rivers

29-Jul-14 - During last winter, the UK saw some of the worst flooding it has had for many years. With homes and farmland under feet of water, the questions that have inevitably followed focus on how flooding on such a scale can be prevented in the future. Read more

Potential new housing development requires tree surveys

16-Jul-14 - Thomson Ecology Arboriculture recently undertook tree surveys as part of an Arboricultural Impact Assessment (AIA) for Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust for a potential new housing development at Hellingly near Hailsham, East Sussex. Read more

See us at NCE UK Roads 2014, 8-9 July

02-Jul-14 - Thomson Ecology is exhibiting at NCE UK Roads 2014 Conference & Exhibition, 8 - 9 July 2014, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London Read more

Thomson Ecology Photography Competition 2014

01-Jul-14 - We are delighted to announce the 2014 Thomson Ecology Photography Competition! Read more

Come and meet us at the NCE UK Rail Conference & Exhibition

20-Jun-14 - We are exhibiting at NCE UK Rail Conference & Exhibition 24-25 June, Victoria Park Plaza in London Read more

Our award-winning geospatial team demo TIM for real-time interactive mapping in a new short film.

19-Jun-14 - The award-winning team have introduced their new web app, TIM (Thomson Interactive Mapping), in a new film short available to view now. Read more

Ecologists educate pupils on protected species of local site.

09-Jun-14 - An article was published in the Surrey Advertiser last week about a site which we are currently surveying, which will eventually be turned into an area containing cycle jumps for local children to use. Read more

Our arboriculture team leader talks to Essential Arb about work at Thomson Ecology.

29-May-14 - Thomson Ecology’s arboriculture team leader, Sam Lowe, recently explained to Essential Arb what his job involves for an article in the Spring 2014 issue. Read more

Thomson Ecology to use cutting edge eDNA survey techniques to detect presence of Great Crested Newts.

23-May-14 - A pioneering environmental DNA (eDNA) technique for detecting the presence of great crested newts (GCN) has been approved by Natural England. Read more

Staff raise over £1500 for the Guildford YMCA

20-May-14 - Staff from our Guildford office have raised over £1,500 through fund raising activities over the last six months on behalf of the YMCA. Read more

Thomson Ecology and Wessex Archaeology work together

16-May-14 - We recently helped our archaeology consultancy partners, Wessex Archaeology, on excavations in Wiltshire and Somerset. Read more