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Our Services

Abrehart Ecology is a leading provider of ecological services, offering a wide range of solutions to meet your needs. Our services include Phase 1 Preliminary Ecological Appraisals (PEAs), Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) assessments, species-specific surveys and reports, as well as specialist surveys for any ecology-related project. Our team of experts is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service and ensuring that your project is completed to the highest standards.

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Preliminary Ecological Appraisal (PEA)

A preliminary ecological appraisal is an initial assessment of a site's ecological value and potential for protecte species to use a devlopment site, which helps to inform the planning process.

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Great Crested Newt (GCN) Surveys
 

Great crested newt surveys are an essential part of development projects that may affect their habitats. These surveys help to ensure that the newts are protected and their habitats are conserved.

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Bird Surveys

 

Bird surveys are an essential part of development projects that may affect their habitats. These surveys help to ensure that birds and their nests are protected and their habitats are conserved.

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Otter Surveys

 

Otter surveys are an essential part of development projects that may affect their habitats. These surveys help to ensure that otters are protected and their habitats are conserved.

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Intertidal/Marine Invertebrate Surveys

Surveying intertidal/marine invertebrates can provide valuable information about the health of marine ecosystems and help identify potential environmental issues.

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Specialist Mollusc Surveys
 

At Abrehart Ecology we provide expert, specialist knowledge on rarely studied, and often overlooked species that are associated with specialist habitats.

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Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG)
 

BNG is a new system brought in by DEFRA which aims to increase biodiversity with every development and is undertaken alongside phase 1 surveys.

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Badger Surveys

 

Badger surveys are an essential part of development projects that may affect their habitats. These surveys help to ensure that badgers are protected and their habitats are conserved.

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Reptile Surveys

 

Reptile surveys are an essential part of development projects that may affect their habitats. These surveys help to ensure that reptiles are protected and their habitats are conserved.

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Botanical Surveys

 

Botanical surveys are crucial for building development projects. They identify and protect vital plant species and habitats, ensuring environmentally responsible construction work.

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Crayfish Surveys

 

Surveying our native white-clawed crayfish is vitally important in understanding how its population is declining and to implement conservation plans.

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Other Services

 

We offer w wide range of other ecology-related services including installing and maintaining wildlife fencing, site clearnace and maintenance as well as Ecological Clerks of Work (ECoW).

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Bat Surveys

 

Bat surveys are an essential part of development projects that may affect their habitats. These surveys help to ensure that bats and their roosts are protected and their habitats are conserved.

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Barn Owl Surveys

 

Barn owl surveys are an essential part of development projects that may affect their habitats. These surveys help to ensure that barn owls are protected and their habitats are conserved.

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Water Vole Surveys

 

Water vole surveys are an essential part of development projects that may affect their habitats. These surveys help to ensure that water voles are protected and their habitats are conserved.

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Aquatic Invertebrate Surveys

Surveying aquatic invertebrates can provide valuable information about the health of aquatic ecosystems and help identify potential environmental issues.

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Electrofishing surveys
 

Electrofishing is a survey method that uses electricity to temporarily stun fish for easy capture and study and is a valuable tool for understanding fish communities

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