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The UK’s leading experts in gaining consents and
meeting ecological planning conditions. With so much at stake, why use anyone else?

We help our clients from all sectors to gain planning consent and to manage the impacts of developments on species and their habitats.

Our expertise is in all ecosystems and we provide the full range of services within ecology from survey, through data management to consultancy and public inquiry.

The incorporation of Thomson Interactive Mapping (TIM) into our way of working has been described by Construction News as game changing. We aspire to excellence through innovation, client focus and being proactive.

Do not hesitate to give us a call.

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Latest news & articles

Trump, Brexit and the environment
13th February 2017

In essence when the UK leaves the EU, our wildlife and environment will remain protected.
However, the inauguration of the new President of the United States, Donald Trump, comes with new uncertainties about how the UK’s relationship with the US will impact on our environment.
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Badgers and protection
7th February 2017

Let’s face it, wildlife in the UK is relatively benign in terms of the danger it presents to humans. However, there are situations where supposedly benevolent creatures can be troublesome.
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This was ABC Electrification’s first experience of working with Thomson Ecology and I have found them extremely professional and collaborative in their support in delivering this complex and challenging programme of works. Jane Jukes, Environmental Manager, ABC Electrification

London Gateway is a five star £1.5bn investment creating a new port and logistics park. Thomson Ecology's first class project management skills and knowledge of all the legislation have assisted us with keeping the programme on target. Simon Moore, CEO London Gateway, DP World

TIM is a very powerful, easy-to-use mapping tool which presents ecology survey data in an accessible format; adding context and depth to the information it contains. Peter Broomhead, Environment Manager, Network Rail