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The field season should be considered as starting in late March/early April in the south and late April/early May in the north. The season generally ends
about mid-October, although in a mild season it may be possible to carry out some survey work in November. (JNCC Guidelines. 2010 Rev.)
On sites where habitats are easily identified as being of low ecological value-such as those dominated by hardstanding or of amenity grassland, surveys may
well be undertaken out of these time frames.
Brindle & Green specialise in preparation of these surveys and reports to facilitate planning applications. These reports are often required prior to a
planning application submission and are used to identify baseline values and any possible constraints.
You provide us with a date that you require your report back by.
Fast track service available on this service with turnaround within 5 working days.
Note: supplementary fee of £100.00 = VAT is applied for this fast track service.
Industry guidance and good practice standards determine the inclusion of an ecological desk study as part of the reporting process. Further information on
this element is included within your fee quotation.