We provide onsite management, equipment and staff to clear sites of trees and vegetation in an ecologically sensitive way, leaving it ready for development.
Once sites have been subjected to ecological mitigation works and the translocation exercise is complete, we carry out destructive searches. A destructive search is the final stage of a translocation exercise. It involves the removal of the vegetation that provided suitable habitat for the protected species. The destructive search prevents re-colonisation of the area by the protected species.