Biodiversity and Ecological Planning

Biodiversity and Ecological Planning
In order for the UK to reach the carbon net zero target by 2050, and biodiversity targets, it will be necessary to restore natural carbon sinks such as woodlands, wetlands, grasslands and peatlands.
Richardson Phillips can help organisations, public bodies and landowners develop their natural green capital. We can support the development of ecological conservation management plans. We can help develop biodiversity local plans which promote biodiversity and wildlife in our landscape, and in semi-rural open space in villages and towns.
Richardson Phillips Limited have experience delivering training and implementing the requirements of biodiversity net gain in development. We support businesses, developers and public bodies in assessing the biodiversity net gain criteria for planning applications.
We facilitate employee volunteering, support local nature voluntary organisations and groups in developing their local green spaces as havens for wildlife.