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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 by following us on LinkedIn!

November 2017

02 November 2017

Bat Low Impact Class Licence – ECOSA is meeting licensing demand with three Registered Consultants

As well as Company Director and Principal Ecologist Simon Colenutt, ECOSA Principal Ecologists Frances King-Smith and Simon Boswell are now able to register under the Bat Low Impact Class Licence (BLICL).

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August 2017

03 August 2017

ECOSA and Wilkins Kennedy raise over £200 for Naomi House & Jacksplace Hospices for Children

Our accountant Elizabeth Gray of Wilkins Kennedy (complete with minions costume) and her colleagues organised a fantastic ‘minions’ themed bake sale for ECOSA, as part of their efforts to raise as much money as possible for life-limited children.

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June 2017

29 June 2017

ECOSA Director Simon Colenutt presents RTPI Award to the City of London Corporation

ECOSA proudly sponsored the 2017 Royal Town and Planning Institute Award for Excellence in Planning for the Natural Environment. We congratulate the winner and all of this year’s finalists.

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March 2017

14 March 2017

ECOSA deliver Ecology CPD talk to Surrey County Council

Surrey County Council building surveyors spent a lunchtime CPD session learning about ecology and the planning process with Principal Ecologist Frances King-Smith.

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March 2017

07 March 2017

New Natural England wildlife licensing policies

The consultation outcome report in to new wildlife licensing policies for European Protected Species has now been published. Adoption of these new policies is intended to smooth the application process for wildlife (protected species) licences for development projects, and provide greater security for protected species populations. The policy has been specifically targeted at great crested newt, although it applies to all European Protected Species including hazel dormouse and all bats species.

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