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News from ECOSA

Bringing you all the latest in ecological matters and news from the ECOSA team, we will keep you updated on relevant events and inform of any legislation changes that may affect your project. You can also keep up with us on the go at LinkedIn and Google+!

November 2014

18 November 2014

CPD sessions for our clients

Our senior ecologists have been spending time with some of our clients, delivering bespoke sessions on 'Ecology in Development'. Could our CPD module be useful in your organisation?

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November 2014

11 November 2014

ECOSA to support M├ędecins sans Frontières and the Bumblebee Conservation Trust

The ECOSA team have voted to support the work of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust and M├ędecins sans Fronti#232;res for the coming year.

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November 2014

10 November 2014

ECOSA passes third ISO 9001 audit with flying colours

We are very pleased to announce zero non-conformances reported following our annual audit.

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October 2014

15 October 2014

Extensive development zone deemed to affect New Forest SPA

Following a study of distances travelled by visitors to New Forest National Park, Test Valley Borough Council have upgraded their mitigation framework to meet legal obligations requiring further development in the area.

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April 2014

07 April 2014

Environmental DNA reducing costs of GCN detection

Tests for amphibian DNA in water are set to reduce the costs of preliminary site assessment for GCN potential.

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March 2014

27 March 2014

Annexed bat licences - a welcome development

ECOSA believe changes made to the EPSM licensing process by NE will be good for our clients.

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March 2014

04 March 2014

New service - climb and inspect tree surveys

ECOSA is now able to survey for bat roosts at height, with potential cost savings for clients.

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March 2014

04 March 2014

Newt season is upon us!

If your upcoming projects have the potential to affect great crested newt, now is the time to plan in the necessary surveys.

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