Code for Sustainable Homes Ecology Surveys by Landvision
From May 2008, all new homes will be rated on their green credentials, as part of the Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) which is a scheme which Local Authorities can use in the planning process. The Code is the national standard for the sustainable design and construction of new homes; Landvision undertake CSH ecology surveys and land use reports, for these sections of the Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH).
Once you order your CSH Ecology survey and report from Landvision’s ecology team, Landvision’s team of ecology experts, will be your Suitably Qualified Ecologist (SQE). We have extensive experience with respect to Breeam and CSH ecology assessments on many sites, since the start of Breeam ecology and CSH ecology surveys and reports. Thus, your site will become a more sustainable development on sites where protected species or rare habitats and biodiversity occur.
Code for Sustainable Homes Ecology Surveys for;
Residential developments for new homes.
Eco Homes Assessments.
- We will visit your site to advise you on how to obtain eco credits for your development;
- Landvision ecologists will calculate your site’s species numbers for both before and after development stages
- If you will need to undertake work for adding features of ecological enhancement, we will tell you
- The report can also lead to production of Management Plans for high quality ecology and habitats
- We will advise you on the best ways to encourage addition of more native species. Also, how to add new wildlife friendly species, by using our bespoke Landvision landscape plans and Management Plans.
- Biodiversity plans, can also be drawn up to obtain additional eco credits; these are a useful tool for site management and enable species protection.
Also, Breeam Ecology Surveys for;
- Health care
- Private estates
To maximise your Code for Sustainable Homes Ecology credits, ask us to consider your site’s ecology and land use at an early stage. Specialist ecology help and advice is available now from Landvision, you can read Landvision’s Code for Sustainable Homes and ecology blog then ring 01892 782200 or use the contact page.