Category: News

Charting A Natural Course – TEP’s Mapping Wins National Award!

The concept of “Natural Capital” has been gaining traction in UK and international policy, with growing recognition that if economic …

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Flying the Green Flag!

Last month TEP’s Land Management team hosted a Green Flag Award Scheme training day to initiate seven new judges (Amy, …

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TEP: There’s No I In Team

Being great at what you do isn’t always enough but being part of a great team can help you achieve …

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Mitigating Disturbances in SPAs

Mitigating helicopter related disturbances of waterbirds within coastal Special Protection Areas (SPAs).

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TEP: A Tree Is Climbed From Its Base

TEP is one of the members of PRIDE2, a partnership for rural improvement and development in Europe. PRIDE2 is managed …

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Ain’t No Mountain High Enough For TEP

Our CSR team began their efforts in March 2019 with the target of raising over £1500 for our staff’s chosen …

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Come And Bat For Our Team!

TEP is a strong advocate for research and development to progress understanding of our specialisms. Together with National Grid we …

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TEP: Making People Friendly Places

Last week our Design team attended the National Urban Design Conference in Birmingham: the biggest Urban Design conference to date. …

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Highly Commended in Biodiversity Net Gain

TEP is delighted to have received Highly Commended in the Biodiversity and Net Gain category of IEMA’s Sustainability Awards 2019 …

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The Lion, the Newt and the Dragon

In the land of the Welsh dragon, a nature reserve for great crested newts that was named after a local …

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There’s a Grouse loose about this House

The Environment Partnership believes in supporting sustainable development and for the last two decades our work has helped conserve and …

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BNG – What’s it all about?

DEFRA recently published its objectives for a mandatory biodiversity net gain (BNG) policy in England, while Natural England has also …

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