eDNA Analysis for Water Voles

Frequently Asked Questions: Do water voles shed enough DNA to allow detection? A:Yes! Field testing of the technique, at 10 separate sites, demonstrated that in all sites where the presence of

Ecological Surveys

We work safely and efficiently with a cost-effective approach to provide the following preliminary ecological surveys. For more information about what these surveys include, or to obtain a no obligation

Ecological Impact Assessment (EcIA)

Crestwood has the capabilities to combine our wealth of in-house landscape and ecology experience to design, produce and implement Ecological Management plans for any Site. These include detailed working prescriptions,

Ecology Assessment and Reports

Crestwood has extensive experience undertaking report writing and assessments for a range of sites, planning applications and governing bodies, including, but not limited to: a) Ecological Impact Assessments (EcIAs); b)

Hazel Dormouse Survey

Our experienced and licensed ecologists undertake habitat suitability assessments and presence / likely absence surveys for hazel dormice, amongst other protected species. a) Habitat Suitability Assessment; and b) Presence /

Otter and Water Vole Surveys

Crestwood has experience in conducting surveys along watercourses including main rivers, brooks, ditches and ponds to determine the presence of otter and / or water vole on a site. Otter

Bird Surveys

Our Services Include: a) Breeding Bird Survey b) Wintering Bird Survey c) Nesting Bird Check d) Barn Owl Surveys a) Breeding Bird Survey One survey visit per month between April

Badger Surveys

Crestwood has a team of experienced and qualified ecologists who can undertake all aspects of badger sett surveys, mitigation and licensing. Our surveys include: Site Assessment for Badgers Badger Sett

Arboriculture and Forestry

[vc_row el_class="nopad"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Arboriculture Consultancy Crestwood provides arboricultural consultancy expertise to a variety of clients using professional arboriculturists. Arboricultural work for developers is undertaken primarily following the requirements of BS5837, to assist clients with

Ecological Services – Other

Biodiversity Offsetting We can offer the services and advice to clients that may be asked to include biodiversity offsetting within the proposals for the project. We undertake a site survey