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Newt and reptile fencing just got more efficient

6th April 2018 - Thomson Habitats has increased their newt and reptile fencing efficiency with a new fencing plough. This will mean that both temporary and semi-permanent fencing can be installed at a faster rate and a more competitive price. Read more

How I made it as a woman in the science sector

9th March 2018 - Nancy Thomson has worked in environmental sciences and ecology for over 30 years and in that time, she has seen a definite shift in attitudes towards women working in what has been a traditionally male dominated sector. Read more

High demand for ecological contracting

7th December 2017 - December is normally a quieter month where we finally have the opportunity to complete tasks from earlier in the year. However, this year seems to be an exception. Our site teams are busy, and the order book continues to build. Read more

New edition of the London Bird Atlas is now available

28th November 2017 - A new version of the London Bird Atlas contains records of 200 species that were observed in the region. It was co-authored by Richard Arnold, Director of Ecology at Thomson Ecology, and is available to buy now. Read more

ROLO training course – last minute spaces available

24th November 2017 - We are running a ROLO training course at our Guildford office on Thursday 30th November – and there are spaces available. Read more

Autumn Budget - environmental announcements

23rd November 2017 - The Autumn budget was announced today, and amongst Philip Hammond's key announcements, there are some optimistic environmental points: Read more

Thomson Habitats welcomes a new General Manager

10th November 2017 - Simon Mackrell has joined the Habitats team as General Manager. Simon has worked in the landscape industry for over 25 years, during which time he has had a wide variety of roles.
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Striking image of otter wins the 2017 Thomson Ecology Photography Competition

27th October 2017 - The winner of the 2017 Thomson Ecology Photography Competition is Ian Strone with his image "Rolling in the Seaweed". Read more