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Posted on 4th July 2013

Man fined for destroying bat roost

Bat roost

A man this week has been charged with destroying a bat roost with no care and without a licence . Find out more »

Posted on 4th July 2013

The time to book is now


Now is the perfect time to book a survey so that you can build on your land with no worry at all Find out more »

Posted on 10th September 2012

Freelance and Contract Ecologists Wanted

Following a number of recent successful projects and a growing workload, J Taylor Ecology Consulting are on the lookout for talented ecologists who are able to assist us with a variety of ecological work in the South of England. We are particularly interested to hear from experienced ecologists who can assist with bat surveys and licence applications. If think you have the right skills and enthusiasm, together with the ability to work independently, please get in touch! Send your cv with a brief covering letter, including your rates and insurance details, to and we'll get back to you!

Posted on 3rd May 2012

New staff member

Biodiversity Offset

We would like to welcome Imogen! Her main role will be sales and marketing, but she will also be a great help in the office, particularly with tasks such as the invoicing and accounts. She has lots of experience in office administration and we're sure our regular clients will work with her soon.

Posted on 3rd April 2012

National Planning Policy Framework Released

Biodiversity Offset

The government published the National Planning Policy Framework on 27 March 2012, this is effective immediately and replaces over a thousand pages of national policy to simplify the planning process. Find out more »

Posted on 17th February 2012

Biodiversity Offset Website Starts Up

J Taylor Ecology Consulting - Biodiversity Offset

A trading platform for UK biodiversity offsetting has just been launched. This will allow developers who cannot adequately mitigate or compensate ecological impact on site to offset elsewhere. Find out more »