Ecology Management Plans aim to guide the future management of the site following development. These plans are intended to increase the botanical diversity and habitat structure on a site for the benefit of local wildlife. They cover periods of five to ten years and often beyond. Monitoring programmes are used to assess the success of the regime and adjust the management prescriptions.
A thorough understanding of habitats, communities and ecosystem function is required to prepare high quality ecological management plans and the ecologists at Pure Ecology are able to apply considerable academic background, expertise and experience to producing management plans tailored to particular habitats and species, whilst being practical to implement. Our range of skills also means we are able to undertake the ecological monitoring to measure the success of habitat creation and species-specific mitigation.