Bakerwell aim to be the ecology consultancy of choice in the South East, recognised for our commitment to providing a clearly communicated, bespoke and innovative approach.
Bakerwell’s staff and associates are engaged and passionate about the work they do and the projects they work on. Contact us today to discuss our early ecology desk assessment, provided at a low price of £150, a cost which is taken off fees for further ecology work, if this is required.
Bakerwell provide suitably qualified ecologists with the appropriate protected species licences to carry out your Phase 1 Habitat survey, bat survey, great crested newt survey, reptile survey, dormice survey, bird survey or other surveys as required. We can assist with species translocations, mitigation strategies, management plans, protected species reports, European Protected Species mitigation licence applications and much more.
Bakerwell are dedicated to helping you save time and costs wherever possible, whilst providing a quality ecological consultancy service to help you achieve planning permission or clear planning conditions for your development. We provide a friendly and personal service. You will always talk to our Directors who will guide you through what is required for ecology to support your planning application and provide a high quality, biodiverse environment for your project.
Bakerwell have met with Natural England to discuss the revised district licensing scheme for great crested newts (GCN) in Kent.read more
New charges for wildlife mitigation licences will be phased in this year, starting on 1 April with dormouse licences, bat licences on 22 April, and other species licences following later in 2019. The new licensing system will be operated by the Natural England...read more
Recent research by AECOM and the University of Leeds provides sound evidence that Japanese knotweed is no more damaging to buildings than other problem plants. Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) President Max...read more
CIEEM, CIRIA and IEMA have jointly published new guidance on biodiversity net gain. Following the publication of Biodiversity Net Gain good practice principles for development in 2016 (available here) the following documents have now also been...read more