A year on from our last big fundraising challenge, where we took on the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, ACD have now completed more than 24 miles of the Cotswold Way! To find out more and see a few photographs, visit our Charity and Events page here We are still taking donations for our ...
18th September 2018ACD Environmental
ACD Environmental are happy to announce we will be participating in a number of events over this year to raise money for our 2018 chosen charities; The UK Sepsis Trust and Longfield. Both of these charities being very important to members of our staff. Throughout the year we have been undertaking different ...
22nd August 2018ACD 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
A new lawn may look attractive but it will not stay this way without some love and attention. It takes time for a new lawn to establish, so within the first year of ownership heavy use is to be avoided as the grass needs to establish a robust root system. Spring and ...
3rd May 2018ACD Environmental
ACD provides a cost assurance service within our standard fixed fee, which provides for a review of tendered prices if they are received over-budget. The principle reasons for higher than expected costs are the requirement for multi-phase installations, where mobilisation costs become high, or unseasonal planting, where all stock is ...
7th March 2018ACD Environmental
On 27th November 2017 Natural England and the Forestry Commission updated their Standing Advice on Ancient Woodland and Veteran Trees, which will potentially have a major impact on our use of the buffer zones for engineering features and recreational uses, particularly SuDS features. More worryingly, where ‘pollution’ (for example run-off during ...
4th January 2018ACD Environmental