We were initially appointed during the early feasibility stages on Bath Quays South, advising on key landscape and ecological constraints and opportunities. This led to providing key overarching advice across the overall development area, specifically associated with ecological surveys, detailed advice for bat roosts and habitats, riverside ecology, LVIA and Accurate Visual Representations, with respect to cumulative impact assessment. We provided Ecological Impact Assessment, Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment and Accurate Visual Representations for the three separate planning applications for the development and have continued to provide ecological support, including a Natural England Bat Mitigation Licence and Environmental Management Plans, into the construction phase.
Bath and the surrounding landscape has a number of planning and environmental designations, including the World Heritage Site, Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Green Belt and a Special Area of Conservation associated with rare species of bats. Our knowledge of the planning policy context related to these designations and our experience of development projects across Bath has been valued by many of our clients.
Our reputation for quality of service and project success has been established over a period of more than 35 years We are Corporate Members of IEMA and are registered IEMA EIA Quality Mark scheme [...]Read more
Through gaining an appreciation of the physical and policy contexts of our project sites, we seek out opportunities to deliver creative design solutions and promote our client’s project aims We [...]Read more
Our reputation for quality of service has been established over a period of more than 35 years We adhere to the most up-to date professional standards of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and [...]Read more
Our high-quality visualisations are grounded in reality and go beyond the purely theoretical They will help you understand your site potential and visualise development opportunities Our talented [...]Read more