Have any of your projects ever been delayed due to ecological constraints?
In our experience, it’s a really heart-sinking moment to hear that ecological constraints have forced project plans to change, particularly as there are often significant delays to project programmes as a result. At Dalcour Maclaren we are on your side, working with you to ensure that ecology does not pose any risks to your project progress.
With Spring around the corner, we are working closely with clients to ensure they are ready to hit the ground running when the main ecology survey windows open.
The majority of ecology surveys need to take place between spring and autumn, and some species have very specific times during this period when they need to be surveyed. Without timely completion of these surveys, your project cannot move forward.
Join us throughout February as we share valuable insights on ecology surveys, the implications of species on projects, and how Dalcour Maclaren can help keep your projects on track.
At Dalcour Maclaren the integration of ecology within the Environment and Planning team provides a unique opportunity to identify likely ecological issues alongside other environmental and planning requirements, at the earliest stage in a projects development.
– Claire Pooley, Principle Ecologist, Dalcour Maclaren
DM are proud to provide a client focused approach, and work closely with clients and project teams to deliver the best project solution. This often involves an assessment of options and identifying the best option with the least risk and favourable outcome.
– Allison Pritchard, Director, Dalcour Maclaren
Follow us on social media as we gear towards the opening of the ecology survey window in the Spring