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Working with Imperial College London to expand the use of eDNA

13th January 2017 - On some projects we use environmental DNA (eDNA) to determine the presence or likely absence of great crested newts. We are now collaboratively working with Imperial College London to expand the use of eDNA. Read more

Thomson Ecology teams up with Clancy Docwra

22nd December 2016 - Thomson Ecology has been identified as an ideal service provider for Infrastructure Alliance - which consists of two joint ventures including KCD (Kier and Clancy Docwra). Read more

New policies introduced for smoother licensing process and better nature conservation

16th December 2016 - Natural England has introduced four new policies with the aim of revolutionising the way it issues licences, providing significant benefits for both wildlife and licence applicants. Read more

The Illuminated River

12th December 2016 - Marine Consultant, Sarah Marjoram, has been involved in the initial stages of the very exciting, high profile project, The Illuminated River. The project aims to revitalise and enhance the bridges in central London using light. Read more

Central London arboriculture works

6th December 2016 - The arboricultural team at Thomson Ecology have been working at one of the most prestigious addresses in London – No.1 Sloane Gardens in Chelsea. Read more

Thomson Ecology win tender to survey for tree hazards on 21 sites

28th November 2016 - We’re delighted to announce that we have won a tender to carry out tree hazard surveys of up to 21 sites across Hertfordshire and London and up to 100 trees at multiple sites on the Isle of Wight. Read more

Thomson Ecology running ROLO training courses

22nd November 2016 - We can now supply ROLO (Register of Land-Based Operatives) Health, Safety and Environmental Awareness Course training for your company. Read more

Fish rescue to keep fish safe during flood alleviation work

15th November 2016 - We have been working with Network Rail and BAM Nuttall on “fish rescue” projects undertaken as part of ongoing flood alleviation work. Read more

Thomson Unicomarine principal collaborates with international marine specialists

7th November 2016 - Thomson Unicomarine’s Principal Taxonomist was invited to the Natural History Museum in Paris to join a symposium focussing on marine animals found on a recent expedition to the Pacific Ocean. Read more

Thomson Ecology exhibiting at Major Infrastructure and Renewable Energy Planning in Wales

14th October 2016 - Thomson Ecology are delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Annual Major Infrastructure and Renewable Energy Planning in Wales, on the 18th October in Cardiff. Read more

The winner of the 2016 Thomson Ecology Photography Competition is announced!

6th October 2016 - The winner of the 2016 Thomson Ecology Photography Competition is Alan Warriner with his striking and atmospheric image “Fire in the ice”. Read more