Great Crested Newts – Seasons Ecology Benefits

January 22, 2014 HannahMaben Ecological Consultancy

Hannah and Kate have over 25 years’ experience of undertaking great crested newt surveys and managing projects relating to great crested newts.  Between them they have held licences to survey great crested newts for over 20 years and have undertaken surveys in England, Wales and Scotland.

Throughout their careers Kate and Hannah have advised on avoidance measures and mitigation in respect to great crested newts on dozens of sites.  They have advised and managed great crested newts on sites containing between one and 20 ponds and sites up to 309 hectares in size.  Over the past six years they have successfully secured and implemented over 12 great crested newt licences in respect to development within five counties in England.  Hundreds of great crested newts have been relocated to new ponds and terrestrial habitats designed and created under Kate and Hannah’s management.  Long-term monitoring has proven their mitigation to be successful and is used to inform future mitigation proposals.

Seasons Ecology offers great value for money.  Commissioning great crested newt surveys with Seasons Ecology guarantees you direct access to Kate and/or Hannah with their wealth of experience.  They have a hands-on approach and will personally lead your field surveys to ensure that they understand the site and they will be your primary point of contact to ensure that they understand your needs and effectively communicate survey results and recommendations.  We keep our costs down by having small overheads and operating costs and by not charging extra for the unsociable hours associated with great crested newt surveys.

If you would like Seasons Ecology to provide you with a proposal for a great crested newt survey or mitigation, or you would just like some advice on whether you need to consider great crested newts, then please contact us: info@seasonsecology.co.uk

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