News & Views

A Week as a Trainee

By Josh Havlin, Trainee Assistant Ecologist My first week working with EcoNorth was many things: challenging, interesting, tiring, fast-paced. The one thing it was not – boring. After being introduced to my colleagues and some of the current projects, I was sent out to assist wi
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No Rest for our Latest Trainee

By Gemma Ryan, Trainee Assistant Ecologist Having joined the EcoNorth team at the peak of the survey season, my time here so far has been pretty hectic. However, it has also been very educational and interesting. I have really enjoyed the opportunity to get thrown in at the deep end!
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Celebrating Biodiversity

Introducing the man of the hour our Principal Ecologist John Thompson! After helping EcoNorth to win the Community Engagement award at the BIG Biodiversity Challenge Awards for the work on the Morpeth Northern Bypass in 2016; John’s blog about the project is now being featured i
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Trees? Yes Please!

EcoNorth is pleased to announce that we are expanding the services we offer to include inhouse Arboricultural Services.  Arborist and expert in all things trees David Beaver formally joined the team this month allowing us to offer an even more comprehensive service to our clients. As
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A Relief For Morpeth Town Centre

EcoNorth have been providing ecological support for the construction of the Morpeth Northern Bypass. The road has recently opened up to the public and has already made a great difference to the congestion of the town. With the construction almost finished, our friends at Carillion hav
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EcoNorth Reaching New Heights

By Maria Thompson In the UK bat species will roost and find shelter within tree features such as rot holes, fissures, hollows and woodpecker holes. Aerial inspection surveys are a useful technique for identifying and investigating bat risk features found within trees. Such features ca
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My First Month as an Ecological Intern

Having been at EcoNorth for almost a month now, Laura and I are quickly getting acquainted with the ins and outs of the company.  We have, in this time, discovered that ecological consultancy is not quite the walk in the park (or rather walk in the development site) that one might thi
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Going Batty at Stewart Park

The central lodge building at Stewart Park is currently undergoing extensive new refurbishment work to convert the old building into a new educational facility for use by Askham Bryan college, one of the country’s leading land based colleges, to establish a new base for students in Mi
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A Win in Community Engagement at the BIG Biodiversity Challenge Awards

Carillion plc and EcoNorth were delighted to be presented with the award for Community Engagement at the BIG Biodiversity Challenge Awards for our work on the Morpeth Northern Bypass – read more here!  
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Press Release: Ecologists Delighted at Award Shortlisting

EcoNorth Ltd and Carillion plc have been shortlisted for a national biodiversity award for their work on the Morpeth Northern Bypass – read the full press release here!
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