Welcome to HES!

Hampshire Ecological Services are an independent ecological consultancy offering surveys and advice to the private and public sector throughout southern England. We offer exceedingly high quality service at highly competitive rates.

Our experienced team provide tailored ecological reports suitable for your planning requirements, liaising with you and your case officer where necessary.

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Why choose Hampshire Ecological Services?

Proven excellence, value for money, honest and clear advice.
There are many hundreds of ecological consultancies operating today, including those trading on the fringes of the profession. As a result, clients are often faced with a bewildering choice of every imaginable ecological adviser ranging from sole-traders to multi-disciplinary companies.
When searching for a consultant you may have questions such as: “How do I know they are qualified? What is their experience of projects similar to mine? How can I be sure of a good service?”. We aim to help cut through the complexity by presenting the key attributes that should be considered when appointing any ecologist to undertake work for planning applications.

The Vegetative Key to the British Flora

Co-authored by John Poland, Principal Ecologist at HES, The Vegetative Key has become a standard and essential tool and reference  for  anyone interested in British botany

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