Ecology Services

CS38 Tree Climbing – Bat Surveys

RammSanderson Ecology provide a comprehensive service including a range of survey techniques for bats. We are proud to announce that our licensed bat ecologists are able to complete roped access tree assessments to assess features on trees for their potential to support roosting bats and to seek out evidence of […]

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Aerial Tree Surveys Kepax Bridge Worcester County Council

Rail Accredited Surveyors

RammSanderson brings a wealth of experience to all rail projects. We have a team of dedicated in-house PTS qualified staff and offer an experienced workforce capable of undertaking any rail project. We are a Sentinel RISQS approved contractor and have vast experience in working on Network Rail Managed Infrastructure sites. […]

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Reptile Surveys

Reptiles, including grass snake, slow worm, adder and common lizard (amongst others) are present throughout the UK. Where habitats are considered suitable it may be necessary to complete surveys for these species. We have the capability to undertake reptile surveys across the country at the appropriate time of year. Where […]

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Bat Surveys

All species of British bat are fully protected under UK and European legislation. Our licensed ecologists undertake initial daytime assessments of buildings and trees to assess their potential to support roosting bats, then follow this up with pragmatic yet robust advice in order to fully investigate the situation.  Further surveys […]

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Bat Surveys - RammSanderson Ecology

Great Crested Newt Surveys

The great crested newt is a European Protected Species which has suffered long term declines. Consideration of their presence within 500m of any permanent loss of habitat (250m for temporary work) is considered within all of our preliminary ecological appraisals. While newts spend up to 75% of their lives on […]

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Phase 1 Habitat Surveys

Phase 1 Habitat Surveys follow the industry standard (JNCC) methodology as recommended by the Charted Institute for Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM). This method forms a useful baseline in assessing a sites condition and ecological value based on the habitat characteristics and key indicator species. This approach incorporates the detailed […]

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Phase 1 Habitat Surveys - RammSanderson Ecology