Environmental impact assessments and forest certification
Some projects may require an Environmental Impact Assessment because of their scale, location, or perceived impact on the environment. Tilhill’s in-house ecologists have undertaken a wide range of EIAs and we are able to advise on the best and most cost-effective approach.
UK Woodland Assurance Standard (UKWAS) certification requires that the conservation value of ‘special features’ such as designated sites, ancient woodlands, and plantations on ancient woodland sites are taken into account in determining the management objectives for the site.
A wide client base
Tilhill has been working on environmentally-sensitive sites for many years, including Sites of Special Scientific Interest for Natural England, Natural Resources Wales, and Scottish Natural Heritage. We also work with many local authorities to help them deliver a range of environmental enhancements.