01 Feb

CQMS Safety Scheme Accreditation

Richard Green Ecology has one again been successful in gaining re-accreditation under the CQMS Safety Scheme. Accreditation ensures companies are assessed in accordance with the SSIP Core Criteria, an industry recognised standard, demonstrating compliance with UK health and safety standards. As well…

New survey licences obtained
22 Jun

New survey licences obtained

Richard has recently obtained the following survey licences from Natural England: A27 – licence to disturb cirl buntings during surveys. Whilst every effort is made to avoid disturbance of cirl buntings during observational surveys, the RSPB recommend that a Natural…

27 Mar

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Ecological Work

We are continuing to operate, despite the current Coronavirus situation, although we have had to change our working practices, including working from home and ensuring that site visits/surveys are ‘critical’ and safe to undertake. Our Coronavirus Policy will be continuously…

Developers Ordered to do More to Protect Britain’s Wildlife
26 Jul

Developers Ordered to do More to Protect Britain’s Wildlife

Communities Secretary Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP has announced new expectations on how developers can protect specific species, including using ‘hedgehog highways’ and hollow swift bricks in new build homes. The guidance, published yesterday, builds on the government’s planning rulebook adopted last…