From small residential developments to larger projects, we can provide you with ecological surveys to support your planning applications.
Most developments require an ecological survey to be undertaken as part of the planning conditions. This is to reduce the chance of a development having an adverse impact on a species or habitat protected under law.
The majority of 'wild' habitats require ongoing management in order to maintain high levels of biodiversity. Without sufficient management, they will become low-quality habitats or be taken over by invasive species.
Sangan Island Conservation aims to provide our management service so those wild and neglected areas can be revitalised and enhanced for local wildlife.
Role: Company Founder and Director
Focus: Ecology and Land Management