Bat Surveys from £259

Need a bat survey? We offer a full range of professional, no nonsense bat surveys to support planning applications and other legislative requirements.

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Other Protected Species Surveys from £199

We offer a wide range of protected species surveys, including surveys and mitigation for reptiles, badgers, water vole, otter, barn owl and great crested newt

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Habitat Surveys from £459

Extended Phase 1 habitat surveys (walkover surveys) are needed in some instances where areas of land are being developed.

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Quantock Ecology Limited offers a wide range of ecological surveys and services across England and Wales. We aim to provide a straight talking, professional and fully qualified ecological service. Working with house holders, land owners, developers and architects to name but a few, our clients can rest assured that we will provide an appropriate and affordable solution to their planning or development needs.

If you have any questions about ecology within development plans don’t hesitate to give us a call. We offer FREE advice and same-day quotations. We understand how difficult the planning world can be and are here to help where we can! Getting in touch couldn’t be easier…you can call us on 0800 689 1465, email us at enquiries@quantockecology.co.uk or get in touch by our Facebook page or twitter feed.

Simon Pidgeon is the director and senior ecologist at Quantock Ecology. Simon has over 20 years experience in the bat world, and has several years experience in a wide range of professional ecological surveys. Formerly a police officer and working closely in the field of wildlife crime, Simon is fully aware of the challenges that can come from planning and development.

“It’s been my ambition for years to run an ecology company that is 100% dedicated to providing a first class service to our valued clients. I want to reassure our customers that using us will be the best investment for your project. The need for having a protected species/habitat survey, or indeed the presence of protected species on your site does not mean its the end for your project! It simply means we need to and WILL find a mitigation solution that most importantly, works for you, and helps to improve the natural world ensuring you get your planning approved. Get in touch for a complete, no obligation chat to discuss your plans!”.

Simon Pidgeon, BSc (Hons) MRSB BNUC-S