Scott Cawley Ltd: Ecological Surveys, Impact Assessment,
Mitigation, Monitoring and Management

Scott Cawley Ltd is one of Ireland’s longest established, largest and most successful ecological consultancies with expertise in providing ecological survey, impact assessment and management services to planning and development-related sectors. Our core strength lies in our unparalleled experience of ecological issues in the context of development proposals, whilst we also provide specialist scientific expertise where required to address a range of impact scenarios.

We looking to hire an experienced Ecological Consultant with 3-4 years experience, please contact us or download job description here.

Scott Cawley Limited, a Company registered in Ireland, Company No: 453222, Registered address: College House, Rock Road, Blackrock, Co. Dublin, Ireland. Directors: A.Cawley, P.Scott.

 

This Week

3rd May 2016: Any works requiring removal of breeding bird habitat needs checks by an ecologist to avoid offences under the Wildlife Act. Warmer weather in daytime cause more insect activity, bat activity and spring flowering plants to be recorded. Yay! Spring is here finally and warmer nights means very hungry bats out there. Soprano Pipistrelle materinty roost now reported to be occupied. Lesser Horseshoe roosts may be later than others.

Do you have ecological consultancy experience? Are you a MCIEEM member (or eligible to be one)? Know your Festuca from your Fallopia?  Contact us!

 

Clients

Training courses

"Protected Mammals (Ireland) surveys, impact assessment and mitigation". Introductory course (offered as part of CIEEM CPD programme) DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON!

Bespoke AA Training Courses and lunchtime power hours on AA and Ecology provided on request. See Training

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