Ecosulis has provided expert risk management advice for many years, delivering cost-effective and practical solutions to both public and private-sector clients. With our complete range of ecological and arboricultural services, we can manage client risks throughout the life cycle of a project, from initial site appraisal to ongoing habitat management. This fully coordinated approach saves both time and money.
“After engagement Ecosulis visited (our) site and completed their assessments with the comprehensive report compiled swiftly to meet our deadline. Feedback from our building contractors has been very positive and Ecosulis ltd helped to de-risk the project.” Assistant Project Manager, London Borough of Lambeth
View our Testimonials page for even more evidence of our partnership approach.
Ecological legislation carries severe penalties for non-compliance as well as potentially significant cost and timing implications for projects. We work closely with our clients, legal advisors and statutory consultees to ensure that a clear, cost-effective, route is identified through commonly encountered legislation, including:
“You certainly helped to emphasise the importance of considering ecological implications at the early stages of the programme of works....you're obviously very au fait with eco-legislation, and this came across very much in your presentation... you're a pleasure to work with.” Environmental and Social Consultant for WorleyParsons
As a small company Ecosulis provides a personalised service and our lower overheads result in highly competitive pricing and excellent value for money. Our in-house expertise allows us to manage all of the following regularly encountered species and groups:
Mammals: badgers, bats (all species), water voles, otters, dormice
Birds: all breeding and overwintering species, including barn owls
Amphibians and reptiles: great crested newts, smooth newts, palmate newts, grass snakes, adders, smooth snakes, slow worms, common lizards, sand lizards
Botanical: all species and communities associated with woodland, grassland, heathland, wetland/aquatic, coastal/estuarine. Also lower plants and specialist groups such as bryophytes, lichens, slime moulds and fungi
Invasive species: including Japanese knotweed, Indian balsam, giant hogweed, signal crayfish and Chinese mitten crab
Invertebrates: all species and groups, including white-clawed crayfish, stag beetles and southern damselflies.
All technical staff at Ecosulis hold relevant degrees and are members of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management. Many hold protected-species licences for bats, great crested newt and other species. Members of staff also have the following professional qualifications: CEnv, CEng, CSci, MICE, FCIWEM, MIEMA. Our field team hold licences to operate heavy plant and relevant landscaping and countryside management tools, as well as CSCS cards.
Ecosulis is ISO 9001, ISO 14001, BALI, Constructionline, CHAS and Achilles accredited. Click on Accreditations for more details.
Our project managers will build a team according to the needs of individual projects. We will always find the appropriate expert and are not obligated, as the larger consultancies often are, to use ‘in-house experts’. If we do not have the relevant knowledge in-house we will draw on our long-standing relationships with vetted and approved associate, who we will appoint and manage as part of our project team.
We are aware that the majority of our clients prefer a single point of contact - and our project managers can provide this for all environmental project requirements.
Ecosulis has successfully implemented ecological and arboricultural solutions for a wide range of clients throughout the UK. For a full list of clients click here.