South West Water framework re-appointment »

South West Water framework re-appointment EAD Ecology is delighted to have been re-appointed by South West Water to its new Ecological Consultancy Framework. The Framework, which lasts for three years, enables us to continue to assist the water company to deliver […] Read More
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How to achieve a ‘Five Star’ Sustainability Rating »

How to achieve a ‘Five Star’ Sustainability Rating EAD Ecology has advised on the ecological aspects of numerous Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) accreditations for our residential-developer clients. In 2015, following the Housing Standards Review, the government withdrew the Code in England. The Buildings […] Read More
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EAD Ecology hatches plan to help CHICKS »

EAD Ecology hatches plan to help CHICKS We are proud to announce our corporate support of CHICKS, a national children’s charity providing free respite breaks to disadvantaged children from all over the UK. As well as financial support, our staff will be helping […] Read More
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Cost savings through proposed protected species licence changes »

In our last newsletter, we reported on the proposed changes to protected species licensing that Natural England (NE) consulted on in spring. The proposals seek to focus effort away from protecting animals on development sites and […] Read More
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EAD Ecology’s Newt Licence will save time and costs for developers »

EAD Ecology’s Newt Licence will save time and costs for developers Natural England (NE) has introduced a Newt Low Impact Class Licence (NLICL). This reduces the burden on developers by streamlining the Licence application process for projects with a low impact on great crested newts. The NLICL […] Read More
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What will Brexit mean for Wildlife Legislation? »

What will Brexit mean for Wildlife Legislation? The implications of Brexit on wildlife legislation are unclear and will be for some time. All that we really know is that the process of withdrawal from the EU is likely to start before March 2017. […] Read More
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New Bat Class Licence will save time and costs for developers »

New Bat Class Licence will save time and costs for developers Natural England has introduced a Bat Low Impact Class Licence (BLICL). This is intended to reduce the burden on developers by streamlining the licence application process for certain projects. The BLICL is available to only a small number of […] Read More
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Review of Wildlife Law – final report published »

Review of Wildlife Law – final report published The Law Commission has published its final report following a review of Wildlife Law in England and Wales. The Commission’s recommendations may lead to some of the most significant reform of species protection legislation since the creation of […] Read More
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