Whilst the window for traditional survey methods has now passed, agb Environmental can offer environmental-DNA (eDNA) surveys instead, with the survey window open until the end of June.
Ground investigation techniques vary depending on the objectives of the investigation, the strata, and logistical factors such as access. To assist with understanding what factors contribute to the decision on which technique to use, we have prepared a briefing note on the use of trial pits.
agb Environmental was commissioned to provide specialist arboricultural support to a residential extension project in London.
Water vole surveys may be required if your development project may impact any watercourse or ditch. The requirement for water vole surveys will be indicted within a Preliminary Ecological Appraisal.
We have developed a unique service that provides swift preliminary ecological advice on a project, before encountering the need for more detailed ecological surveys.
To understand Root Protection Areas (RPAs), first we must understand how the RPA is calculated. The British Standard (BS5937: Trees in Relation to Construction and Demolition – Recommendations) sets out that the radius of an RPA from a tree is calculated as twelve times the diameter of that tree as measured at 1.5m high. Inevitably…
The bat roost survey season is upon us and the agb Environmental team of ecologists are ready with their various bat detectors to turn slightly nocturnal themselves!
Our technical teams offer a free screening opinion on the most common environmental surveys. All we need is the information you have on the project, and we can provide a reasoned explanation of why various surveys may, or may not be required.