Trump, Brexit and the environment
13th February 2017 - In essence when the UK leaves the EU, our wildlife and environment will remain protected.
Thomson Ecology welcomes Dr Phil Aldous, new Director of Water
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.
2nd February 2017 - Thomson Ecology is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Phil Aldous as the new Director of Water.
January bird survey on marshland site
30th January 2017 - Members of Thomson Ecology had a busy day surveying an area of marshland in Greater London last week.
Sheerwater Regeneration Project
24th January 2017 - Our arboricultural team have been heavily involved in a large regeneration project at Sheerwater in Woking - helping our client to gain planning permission for the site.
Thomson providing arboricultural solutions for Root Protection Areas
17th January 2017 - The Thomson Ecology arboricultural team have been working on a very interesting project for WWF UK at their worldwide headquarters at Woking, Surrey.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.