Ecological Surveys for Code for Sustainable Homes

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Let our experts help you earn cost effective and easy ECO1-4 credits for your development. We will assess your sites ecological value and advise you on how to protect ecological features on your site from development work. Our experts will work closely with you to ensure your site is able to obtain the maximum number of credits possible.

Full UK Coverage

Our ecologists are based all over the UK.

Unbeatable Price

We are able to keep prices low due to our scale and efficiency.

Money back guarantee

Our experience means you can be assured your report will be accepted by your code assessor.

Unbeatable Speed

Instant quotes. Enquiries responded to in hours, not days. Surveys in days, not weeks.

We SAVE You Money

Our efficiency and expertise has saved our customers tens of millions of pounds in delays on site.

Proven Record

We provide thousands of ecological or arboricultural surveys each year.

How it Works

Our suitably qualified ecologists are full members of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM), and are all degree qualified as a minimum. Let them help you obtain as many ECO credits as possible for your Code for Sustainable Homes assessment.

Step 1

Fill in the form or call us

We will take your details and send you a quote explaining everything you need to know. We will also send a booking form along with the quote.

Step 2

Give us the go-ahead

Complete the booking form and email it back to us. We'll then arrange a date for your survey and get to work.

Step 3

Get Your Report

Once your Ecological Surveys for Code for Sustainable Homes is complete we will write your report. You can make payment via a bank transfer or by card over the phone.

Great Feedback

Bat Emergence Survey (Phase 2)

Excellent prompt service with precise description and explanation of scope of work. Required minimal input from ourselves

5 stars
Bat Survey

I am a Wates QS and was tasked with procuring a bat survey for 2 schools for our projects in Surrey. I have to say that rarely have I come across such a responsive and professional organization as Martin's team at Arbtech. Competitive prices are...

5 stars
Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey

A quality service delivered promptly and within very short timescales. Craig Williams was asked to attend the site at short notice. Not only was he able to provide a comprehensive report complete with supporting photographs, the report was delivered the same day. I would have...

5 stars

When can this survey be done?

Jan January - yes
Feb February - yes
Mar March - yes
Apr April - yes
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Jun June - yes
Jul July - yes
Aug August - yes
Sep September - yes
Oct October - yes
Nov November - yes
Dec December - yes

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Robert Oates and Sir David Attenborough

Robert Oates and Sir David Attenborough

How do you know that Arbtech are the right ecology consultancy to help you attain as many ECO credits as possible for your Code for Sustainable Homes assessment? Our suitably qualified ecologists are full members of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM), and are all degree or masters degree qualified as a minimum.

Those of us preparing your Code for Sustainable Homes ecology report have in excess of 10-20 years experience and are keenly able to deliver cost-effective, practical solutions to maximise the number of credits you can be awarded. This means that in addition to our super fast, slick service you can be assured that our report will be accepted by your Code Assessor.

If that isn’t enough to help you decide, maybe this will: Arbtech were the ecologists chosen by Sir David Attenborough for a renovation project at his home and garden in Richmond, Surrey. In fact, Sir David was so happy that after the project, Arbtech founder and managing director Robert Oates was invited to his house for coffee (see photo)! Please note that your CfSH ecological report will require some form of pre-construction ecological survey, on which to base your assessment. In the context of very large sites, this might even take the form of an extended phase 1 habitat survey.