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Land Management

Providing land management advice on a range of projects.

Ensuring your land-based assets are managed sustainably by seeking the optimum delivery of your objectives, agb Environmental provides the expert advice, support and contacts to deliver multipurpose land management and reclamation objectives.

Having worked with an extensive list of land management projects, our in-house team provides a comprehensive management service for forests and woodlands, country parks, landfills, mines and gravel pits, as well as derelict and unused lands.

By offering this service we are able to ensure that your land or development plots do not lay untouched whilst the project objections are agreed, saving further delays once the project commences.

Also ensuring the correct checks and assessments are made of natural habitats and resources, we can save you unnecessary costs and time, with a simple maintenance application.

Working with a range of public bodies, waste and mineral owners and agents, as well as third sector industries, including charitable bodies, our experience in this sector enables us to tailor the approach and requirements to each individual client and plot.

For further information on the service provided and to arrange a consultation please contact Alex Brearley on 01638 663226.

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Protected Species Surveys: Water Vole

Providing land management advice on a range of projects. Ensuring your land-based assets are managed sustainably by seeking the optimum delivery of your objectives, agb Environmental provides the expert advice, support and contacts to deliver multipurpose land management and reclamation objectives. Having worked with an extensive list of land management projects, our in-house team provides […]

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Reptile surveys are back on the assessment agenda

There are various reptile species in the United Kingdom and they are all legally protected: Two rare species under European legislation, and the widespread reptile species under the Wildlife and Countryside Act. Local Planning Authorities will require a survey if there is potential for reptiles to be using your site. Now is the time to find out if your development plans could impact reptiles and require a reptile survey.

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What Does a Flood Risk Assessment Include?

In accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), a site-specific Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) should be both proportionate to the degree of flood risk, and appropriate to the scale, nature and location of the proposed development.

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