Successful bat mitigation
18 Feb

Successful bat mitigation

In 2008, Richard obtained a bat licence for the Environment Agency to demolish two sheds that used to house fish counters that were originally installed as part of fisheries mitigation for the creation of Roadford Reservoir by South West Water.…

Update on Natural England Wildlife Licence Charges
15 Feb

Update on Natural England Wildlife Licence Charges

Natural England will be implementing charges for mitigation licences in a phased manner from April 2019, with the specific timing dependent on the successful implementation of business improvements to strengthen customer service delivery. Natural England are aiming to implement the…

07 Feb

Richard Green Ecology Seminars

Richard Green Ecology is running a seminar on ‘Bats and Development’ at Sandy Park, Exeter on 15 March 2019. Aimed at those working in planning and construction/development, attendance is by invite only, although if you are interested in attending please…

Seasonal Vacancies 2019
11 Jan

Seasonal Vacancies 2019

We are seeking enthusiastic and committed candidates for the 2019 bat survey season (May to September). We have four vacancies of 12+ hours per week, including evenings and overnight/dawn bat surveys. You would be expected to be available on Monday…

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13 Sep

Bats and artificial lighting in the UK

The Institute of Lighting Professionals, in partnership with the Bat Conservation Trust, has published new guidance on bats and lighting. This is the latest practical guidance on considering the impact upon bats when designing lighting schemes. This guidance is available on…

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07 Sep

Natural England Wildlife Licensing Updates

Wildlife Licence charges The legislation to enable Natural England to charge for licences has been signed by the Minister and is being scrutinised by Parliament. If approved, the legislation will come into force in October. Natural England are working towards…

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16 Aug

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. Our CQMS…