Aspect Group - News

Ecology: July 2018 - Aspect Ecology are very proud to have been part of the project team for an award winning scheme at the City of London Freemen’s School, Surrey.

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Ecology: June 2018 - Appeal success! Planning permission granted following key expert witness evidence provided by Aspect Ecology.

Planning permission granted following key expert witness evidence provided by Aspect Ecology. More...


Ecology: April 2018 – District Licensing: A New Approach for Great Crested Newts

A New Approach for Great Crested Newts More...


Ecology: April 2018 – Permission granted for a new relief road and a large strategic allocation for 2500 homes.

Permission granted for a new relief road and a large strategic allocation for 2500 homes in Wiltshire following detailed work by Aspect Ecology to design safeguards to protect the rare bat species Bechstein’s. More...


Ecology: April 2018 – new case law may affect how sites across large parts of the south east are addressed.

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Ecology: March 2018 - Great Crested Newt survey season is here.

Great Crested Newt survey season is here. More...


Ecology: March 2018 - Long term success of reptile translocation project by Aspect Ecology confirmed by monitoring studies

In 2012, Aspect Ecology undertook a translocation of over 6,500 Slow-worms and Common Lizards from a development site near Maidstone, Kent to three receptor sites nearby. Surveys by volunteers have demonstrated that the translocated reptiles continue to survive and breed within the Local Nature Reserve receptor sites. More...


Ecology: February 2018 – Aspect Ecology’s work on a site in Hampshire has facilitated the grant of Planning Permission for 1,500 residential units.

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Ecology: January 2018 - Natural England and the Forestry Commission further amend standing advice to withdraw the requirement for 50m buffer zones to ancient woodland pending future consultation.

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Ecology: December 2017: Aspect Ecology designs successful artificial Badger sett and supervises temporary sett closures

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