Verity Webster ecology and protected species consultancy offers ecology consultancy services and advice for customers right across Cumbria; from Kendal to Ambleside, Barrow-in-Furness to Penrith and Cockermouth to Keswick.
As a fully-qualified chartered ecologist, and full member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM), I have many years' experience in the ecology consultancy sector. With extensive experience of all 'protected species' - from bats and great crested newts to badgers – we are able to offer the entire spectrum of ecology-related services; from initial walk-overs (known as 'Phase 1s') all the way to detailed survey work and mitigation.
|Verity Webster is a full member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM)|
We always promote the use of ethical, practical and proportionate ecological mitigation and biodiversity-enhancement strategies supported by appropriate fieldwork. We take a real pride in offering a friendly, professional and flexible service to every customer; with an approach designed to suit your exact needs.
We can assist with projects both large and small scale, whether you are planning a building extension, or are preparing outline planning for an industrial development.
We know that every project – large or small - has a budget. That's why our small business always offers highly competitive prices.
We make regular excursions to sites throughout Cumbria so, wherever you are based, we can easily arrange an appointment to provide environmental and / or ecological advice. So whether you're looking for general advice or seeking a full ecology survey quotation, why not get in touch with us today on 07917 852401 or send us an email? We’d be delighted to help!
Verity Webster - Chartered Ecology Consultant
News / Blogs
January 2019: We have relaunched the Verity Webster Ltd website with some exciting new elements.... >>
February 2017: Verity Webster discusses conducting ecology surveys through the seasons... >>
December 2015: Verity Webster discusses badgers, badger setts and mitigation issues... >>
August 2015: Verity Webster discusses bats, buildings and bat surveys... >>
June 2015: Verity Webster discusses the Himalayan Balsam, a non-native Invasive Plant Species... >>