“We are extremely grateful for the professional, prompt service and advice received from Contract Ecology. Their prompt service and practical approach to the work enabled the university to undertake a series of complex earthworks which enabled the team to remain on programme and budget. The university always aims to minimise the ecological impact of their developments and with the help of Contract Ecology we ensured we achieved this”.
“The job was on hold but Contract Ecology gave me immediate telephone advice and prepared the necessary paperwork that allowed me to get the job back on track. They’re really friendly and knowledgeable. I feel I was given really honest advice about what they needed to do and a fair range of cost options that helped me decide what was best for my project. I have already used Contract Ecology again and would highly recommend their services to anyone who needs their ecology sorting fast and fairly”.
“I’d just like to let you know that I was very impressed with your services at Limes Lane. I found Contract Ecology and Landscapes very efficient, and the amphibian exclusion fencing was up to a high standard”.
“Thanks very much for carrying out the install with as minimum fuss as you have. It has been a pleasure “working” with you and hopefully we will be able to work with you again in the future”.
“I would just like to thank you for the courteous, professional and prompt responsive service that your company provided to Garstang High School”
“The fencing was installed to a very high standard and we were very happy and impressed with the contractors approach and the standard of their work”.
“Thank you for your recent attendance on site for the installation of our newt fencing and subsequent following site visits for the clearing period of the working area. Your swift response from receiving the Planning Approval notice and attending site the following day to start the Amphibian Fencing and completing the working requirements in the minimal timescale is a credit to the team at Contract Ecology and Landscapes”.