Ecological Planning & Research
We share news articles to keep our clients and readers up to date with what we are up to, and current topics involving us as ecological consultants. Click the thumbnails below to read our articles.
Local Authorities need clarity on Biodiversity Strategy to meet new Government requirements
EPR’s new ‘Planning for Wildlife’ service to inform development of robust biodiversity strategy at a local government level
EPR appears in Local Government News media. Read about our interview and the discussion on ecology and Green Belt review here
Read about our work with a Local Authority studying the relationship between human recreation and rare birds
View the fourth nature film in a four part series:
The Benefits of Nature - How Nature Enhances our Lives - Cultural Services Explained
View the third nature film in a four part series:
The Benefits of Nature - How Nature Protects the Environment in which We Live - Regulating Services Explained
View the second nature film in a four part series:
The Benefits of Nature - How Nature Provides For Us - Provisioning Services Explained
View the first nature film in a four part series:
The Benefits of Nature - Our Natural Assets - Natural Capital Explained
The Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) released the 2nd Edition of the Guidelines for Ecological Impact Assessment (EcIA).
The Law Commission has published its report and recommendations for the reform of Wildlife Law in England and Wales.
View a map showing a selection of our projects across England that we have worked on for over 25 years.
EPR exhibits at the 2015 RTPI Planning Convention with Transport Planning consultancy Mayer Brown Ltd.
EPR helps the University of Reading to open Langley Mead, a new public Nature Reserve near Reading. This particular project was interesting due to an ecological restoration opportunity.
Read our detailed news article about our heathland creation works in Poole, Dorset. We have been involved with the Verity Crescent site for over 15 years, including large scale reptile relocation (over 6,000 reptiles).
EPR has recently made investments in improving the technology and software that we use to collect and analyse data for our projects.