We are a family run Ecological and Tree Consultancy. Large enough to provide a full service to large companies, but small enough to care about every instruction.
Managing Director: Paul Diamond - Cert (Hort), BSc (Hons), MSc, MArborA MCIEEM
Paul holds Protected Species Licences for: Bats (Class 2) Dormice (Class 1), Great Crested Newts (Class 1) and Barn Owl (Class 1). Paul is also an Associate of the Landscape Institute.
Office Manager and Company Secretary: Phin Diamond - BACA (Hons) PGCE
Prior to joining Ecological Surveys Ltd, Phin was a Primary School teacher for over 20yrs and still enjoys going into schools to discuss biodiversity and engage children in our native wildlife. Phin is responsible for co-ordinating the workflow within Ecological Surveys Ltd. Phin holds a Class 2 Bat survey Licence.
Sarah Board - BSc (Hons), MSc, MCIEEM provides advice on a whole range of ecological issues and is particularly knowledgeable on habitat restoration and management.
Nikki Taylor MCIEEM - holds Natural England Survey licences for white clay crayfish, dormice, barn owls and bats.
Tom Glover BSc (Hons), MSc holds a Natural England Survey licence for Bats at Level 2. Tom undertakes a wide range of Phase 1 and Phase II surveys.
James Roberts BSc (Hons) is our newest member of staff. James has a background in Conservation and Land Management and holds a Natural England survey licence for Dormice.
We also have a team of experienced self-employed ecological contractors, many of who have been with us for a number of years. Three of which are over 70 years old, but we are still unable to find anyone better!
Please call us on 0800 888 6846 / 07736 458609
Projects in Bristol? Click here - www.ecologicalsurveyssomerset.co.uk
Projects on the Isle of Wight? Click here - www.ecologicalsurveysisleofwight.co.uk
Projects in Devon? Click here - www.ecologicalsurveysdevon.co.uk
Projects in Somerset? Click here - www.ecologicalsurveyssomerset.co.uk
Small Householder Projects? No VAT - Click here - www.diamondecology.co.uk
Projects in Cornwall? Click here - www.ecologicalsurveyscornwall.co.uk