19th February 2020, Wednesday

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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TEP Volunteer at RHS Bridgewater

13 of TEP’s Landscape Architects and Ecologists visited RHS Garden Bridgewater in Salford last week as one of TEP’s Corporate …

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Approval for 200 new homes at Barton Park, Oxford

Oxford City Council has granted permission for 207 new homes at Barton Park, located towards the north eastern edge of …

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Hen Harriers Day 2019

Clare Gower, TEP Ecologist attended the 2019 Hen Harrier Day at Carsington Water Visitor Centre in Derbyshire, organised by Wild …

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Planning application validated for new homes in north London

TEP has prepared a comprehensive landscape strategy and detailed design of green infrastructure at land adjacent The Whalebones in High Barnet.  …

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TEP Are Awarded Two Great Crested Newt Mitigation Licences From Natural England

TEP is celebrating the award of two great crested newt mitigation licences from Natural England within days of each other.  …

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