Newt fencing
The staff at Total Ecology have experience of working on an extensive range of projects for organisations as diverse as Natural England, DEFRA, Wildlife Trusts, Local Councils, NPower and many private individuals. We have considerable experience in delivering all aspects of an ecological project and believe that the service that we offer is second to none. We have listed some of our more interesting recent projects below as an example of the services that we can offer.

East Riding Community Hospital

We were commissioned to undertake a variety of ecological surveys for a proposed hospital building, designed to accommodate patients and equipment from the old Westwood Hospital in Beverley. Download the case study

Stonecliffe & Woodbridge Estates

Total Ecology was commissioned in 2011 to carry out nocturnal surveys on the council owned houses across both estates. The surveys were required before work to the houses was carried out. Download the case study

Shepherds Dene

A bat survey was required because a variety of works were proposed for inside the building including asbestos removal and refurbishment works. The survey resulted in the discovery of a maternity roost of brown long-eared bats within the loft void. Download the case study

Ashington Schools

Total Ecology was commissioned in 2009 to carry out bat risk assessment surveys on six schools in and around Ashington. Following this, nocturnal surveys were carried out on five of the six schools. Download the case study

EarthBalance & Fergusons

Total Ecology was commissioned in 2011 to carry out an extended phase 1 survey of the proposed turbine locations and the surrounding habitat, including risk assessing any suitable trees or buildings for bats within a 200 metre radius. Download the case study

Northumberland Park

Total Ecology were commissioned to carry out an extended Phase 1 survey of the site in order to support works proposed as part of a Heritage Lottery bid. Download the case study