Spencer takes pride in working in an ecologically responsible manner. It has the experience to advise clients of best practice and can provide environmental surveys to establish the most effective ways of managing habitats.
Spencer’s comprehensive environmental and ecological surveying service covers pollution control, habitats for wildlife, animals, rare and endangered species - including plants and flowers – plus the inspection of trees, vegetation, waterways and lakes. Following the survey Spencer will provide a full report that contains data, recommendations and mitigation proposals, whilst taking into consideration any protection or ecological issues surrounding the site and surrounding areas.
The company is certified to ISO 14001: 2004 and ISO 9001: 2008 and it is familiar with the requirements of working in protected and ecologically sensitive areas, such as SSSIs, SACs and National Parks. Spencer will also deal with disposal and recycling of the materials, manage and control wildlife, the protection of endangered species and the preservation of rare plants.
Spencer’s experience of working in the ecology and environment sector means that it can create a range of habitats for endangered and protected species such as Great Crested Newts, Reptiles, Bats, Mice, Badgers, Deer and Rabbits, including rare plants and flowers. To complement this service, Spencer is able to design and construct bespoke habitats in its own workshops. This includes: bat boxes, roosts, bird boxes, dormouse bridges, badger gates and tunnels. Spencer also creates, supplies and installs specialised fencing to protect and control wildlife, in accordance with government and industry guidelines.
Ponds and lakes
If a ponds or lake is required, Spencer will initially carry out a site survey, produce a report, taking all aspects into consideration and then set out a plan for construction. Once approved, Spencer has the resources to carry out the work form start to finish, from excavation and water and surface management, to fish stocking, planting schemes, pollution control, filtration, purification and the construction of silt barriers, reed bed and wetland creation.