22nd February 2024, Thursday

TEP Expands Tree Risk Service

As the growing season begins, TEP adds further momentum to our expanding tree risk service via the appointment of Arboricultural …

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How To Stop Worrying and Start To Love Living With Bats

Finding a bat roost during works is most developers’ worst nightmare, which is what a client thought when they stumbled …

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Northamptonshire Archaeology: Gaol to Art Gallery

TEP’s Senior Historic Environment Consultant Amir Bassir has been published in the newly released county archaeological journal Northamptonshire Archaeology. Volume …

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Port Sunlight Plans For A Green Future

TEP has helped Port Sunlight Village Trust (PSVT) launch its first environmental sustainability strategy, which is now starting to be …

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Local Landscape Character Areas: The Big Data Collection

TEP’s GIS team is involved in an ambitious new initiative, which is to compile a spatial database of Landscape Character …

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Weathering The Storms For FareShare

16 weeks ago, a group of TEP staff began training for a sponsored walk. Although ‘a walk’ is a bit …

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Green Light for Eden Project Morecambe

Eden Project Morecambe, the £125m installation in Lancashire, was recently granted planning permission by Lancaster City Council. The scheme, on …

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Teesworks: A Snapshot of Our Industrial Past

TEP’s Historic Environment team record a wide range of historic buildings and last year was no exception. The team recorded …

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Nurturing Sustainable Transport Through Design

Sustainable transport should be accessible, safe, convenient, affordable, easy to use and available for a diverse user base. However, the …

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