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Chalkhill Environmental Consultants

Commercial sense. Conservation sensitivity.

Chalkhill Environmental Consultants, established in 1991, undertakes a comprehensive range of environmental, ecological, wildlife and botanical work throughout Wiltshire and the South West. Our qualified and experienced ecologists work with private and public sector clients, from small domestic projects to large scale contracts. Our ecologists hold a range of licenses for protected species work and deliver a professional personal service, completing projects accurately and to deadline so that you can be confident in our service and best value is achieved.

We have developed an excellent reputation locally and regionally for the provision of ecological advice, surveys and reports. For all enquiries regarding our services please email: chalkhill@wiltshirewildlife.org or telephone our office on 01380 725670.

Male Great Crested Newt © David Kjaer WWT

Chalkhill services include:

  • Protected Species surveys, licensing and monitoring in relation to planning and development work (badgers, otters, bats, water voles, dormice, barn owls, nesting birds, reptiles, great crested newts, white-claw crayfish)
  • Phase 1, Extended Phase 1, NVC (National Vegetation Classification) and Botanical surveys
  • River Habitat and River Corridor surveys
  • Invertebrate surveys including Aquatic Invertebrates Species and Habitat mitigation strategies
  • Habitat assessments and enhancements including BREEAM and Code for Sustainable Homes Assessments on rural and urban sites
  • Ecological Impact Assessments (EcIA)
  • Enhancement to land for Horses and Wildlife
  • Habitat assessment, management, enhancement and creation
  • Habitat Design and Planting plans
  • Farm Management and Environmental Plans
  • Wetland habitat design and creation
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