We started back in the frontier days of renewable energy, providing advice to clients who were building some of the UK's first windfarms and renewable developments. We were born out of the construction department of the multinational, Wind Prospect Group, quickly becoming a limited company in 2003 to service the needs of clients outside the group.
In 2017, we changed ownership to become independent and have diversified into infrastructure developments and construction, land management and power distribution. We specialise in ornithological services and peatland management for all types of clients
We are small and agile which allows us to work effectively with large multinational companies through to small community groups. Our work takes us throughout the UK, but with offices in the Highlands of Scotland and the North of England, our local knowledge is second to none.
Being environmental specialists, protecting and enhancing habitats and biodiversity has always been a major driver for our staff and this heritage places us firmly in front when it comes to the climate emergency.
Integrated | Agile | Soutions
The power of good advice and expertise can make all the difference to a project.
Our approach is to adapt and be responsive to the requirements of each individual project; ensuring that relevant, appropriate environmental or planning support and advice is delivered to each specific client when and where it is needed.
Our culture is about giving our clients a robust, valuable and expert service that meets their needs. We underpin this with engagement that is warm, clear and keeps our client informed about what is going on.
No one person can know it all:
All our survey staff have skills that come from grass roots interest in the environment, whether that is birds, habitats, or protected species. Our technical specialists understand the legislation, the process and the aims and we put that all together to address a project from a multidisciplinary approach.. We never stop learning from each other and from our projects, but then that's the great thing about being part of an environmental team