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You’ve most likely been asked to produce an ecological report because you’re progressing a planning application to develop a piece of land. Such a document is produced on completion of the necessary ecological survey. This must be done by a suitably qualified ecologist.
An ecological survey identifies the habitat or species in existence on a particular piece of land. There are general surveys and more specific investigations. The resulting report can be used to constructively discuss biodiversity issues that might be impacted by the land development and determine how best to mitigate against this. Proactive action like this will speed your planning application along.
There is no fixed price for an ecological report. Just as there is no fixed survey or report. You must discuss your specific requirements with an experienced ecological consultant as soon as you wish to progress your development project.
Most importantly, you should ensure that the work you commission is relevant to your project and that it will help to progress your planning application. Your ecological consultant should be able to help you scope this out.
At Betts, the cost of our ecological reports start at £350. Why not get in touch and let us give you an accurate quote for your specific project?
Nothing is static in the natural environment and so the biodiversity of your land is likely to continually change over time. For that reason, it is generally accepted that ecological reports can remain valid for a period of 12 months. Beyond that time, you may be advised to reassess the situation, given that species can move around and habitats can change.
If you're considering a land development project, please get in touch with us as early as possible. We have a team of friendly experts that can answer all of your questions and work with you to achieve your goals.
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