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“We recognise the significance and value of our national environmental heritage. In particular we understand the role of our wetland habitats in supporting flora and fauna and their importance in the promotion of biodiversity.
At the heart of our environmental objectives is therefore a commitment to the cause of furthering the protection and enhancement of the environment in which we work.”



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Conservation and Environmental Schemes

We are committed to securing the protection and enhancement of the environment – whether creating new habitats to enhance or restore lost biodiversity to an area, or carrying out environmental or conservational remedial work.

With circa 90% of wetland habitat lost in the UK since Roman times, we are acutely aware of the opposing requirements between some of our other business operations and the increasing necessity for wetland conservation. We are therefore committed to operating in an environmentally responsible manner and to the objective of mitigating, minimising or otherwise offsetting the associated impacts as far as is reasonably possible in the interest of protecting and enhancing the environment.

Working alongside environmental and heritage organisations such as Natural England, DEFRA, we are engaged in re-introducing irrigation into areas where previous man-made drainage systems have removed natural wetland environments.

Our service capabilities are supported by our knowledge and skills in the following areas:

  • Tree-scrub clearance and removal
  • Construction of dams in drainage ditches
  • Location, interruption and sealing of other existing drainage systems
  • Groundwork
  • Use of reclaimed materials

Priding our self on the quality of our services and working with environmental agencies we will provide advice and guidance to ensure that the most appropriate solutions are chosen to satisfy project specific environmental drivers and constraints.

Our Services:

Our service capabilities have been developed to include design and implementation of environmental conservation services in respect of:

  • Wetland Habitats
  • Marshes and Reed Beds
  • Natural Irrigation Schemes
  • Water Control and Ground Moisture Regulation
  • Floating Islands
  • Biodiversity Schemes
  • Scrub Clearance
  • Ditch Damming

 

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“Work is often carried out in environments extremely sensitive to interference. In areas where ground conditions are difficult, the habitats of the flora and fauna must take high priority and the planning associated in taking on such a project becomes extremely specialised.”

Mr Duncan Ross
Managing Director
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