The spring is the fastest growth period for this plant and it can spread very quickly. Look out for red/purple new shoots emerging from the ground, similar to asparagus spears. At this stage the leaves will be rolled up around the shoot and may be red or burnt green in colour. ...
16th May 2019ACD Environmental
With the bat survey season well underway, contact one of our experienced ecologists today to book in your surveys. Remember, the bat survey season runs from May to September so don’t miss out! Contact our ecologists for more information. ...
10th July 2018ACD Environmental
ACD Environmental are pleased to announce that we have an new ecology team based out of our Eastleigh office in addition to our team in the Malmesbury office. We provide a wide range of ecological services to support planning applications, including protected species and habitat surveys and the relevant reporting. Our ...
20th June 2018ACD Environmental
The team at ACD Environmental are pleased to announce the recent opening of our new office in Cambourne, Cambridgeshire! The Cambourne office, headed by Dan Mottram (Regional Manager – East Anglia), has been established to support and enhance the service ACD Environmental provides to existing clients in the East Anglia ...
30th May 2018ACD Environmental
Winter is upon us and some species of wildlife have started to hibernate. However, you could be mistaken into thinking that you have to wait until springtime to start ecological surveys. Depending on the type of site, there are many different types of survey that can be carried out in winter. Phase 1 ...
4th December 2017ACD Environmental
All wild bird species, their eggs and nests are protected by law under the Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981. You must avoid harming birds or to use measures which do not kill or injure them before considering taking harmful action. If vegetation is removed during the main bird nesting season (March-August ...
1st September 2017ACD Environmental
Legislation It is an offence to cause or allow Japanese knotweed to spread in the wild under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 section 114 (2) (WCA 1981), as it is one of the plants listed in the schedule. All waste containing Japanese knotweed comes under the control of Part II ...
24th August 2017ACD Environmental
Tick Season – Beware! One of the ACD staff returned from field survey work recently, to find that he had five ticks on him, and was naturally worried, so he was recommended to see his doctor and we have since reviewed and updated our Health and Safety Policy as a result. Lyme ...
11th August 2017ACD Environmental
Published on Oct 23, 2014: Two graduates from the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Reading talk about their experiences since graduating and their careers as Ecological Consultant...
1st February 2017ACD Environmental