Samarés Nurseries

(Ecological Surveys)

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Redundant glasshouse site with high numbers of protected species re-zoned for housing

Large redundant glasshouse site with high populations of multiple protected species groups present. Breeding ponds for amphibians and large areas of rough grassland had to be removed, and the displaced animals re-homed to specially created receptor sites.

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Short-term Mitigation

Long-term Enhancements


What our client says...

Nurture Ecology has undertaken ecological works on several of our development sites. The Samares site was particularly challenging due to the size and diversity of the wildlife present. Nurture provided a structured method of clearing the site whilst protecting the wildlife which enabled us to continue the development on the planned programme. The Nurture team are very professional as well as being practical in understanding the need to keep the project moving forward. We have no hesitation in recommending Nurture Ecology to their other prospective clients and will no doubt be using their services on our future developments

Mark Le Boutillier, Director of GR Langlois


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