JPR Environmental specialises in the management and landscaping of projects to enhance the environment and benefit wildlife
“We undertake landscaping works for developers, ecologists, local authorities, the Environment Agency and private individuals
– anything with an environmental or ecological element.”
- Mitigation works for protected species such as newt fencing
- Wetland habitat creation: ponds & lakes
- Reedbed and SuDS construction & maintenance
- Erosion control on waterside banks using bio-engineering & soft landscaping
- Site preparation, vegetation clearance, tree works & boundary fencing
- Japanese Knotweed & other invasive species control
Our core services:
Ecologists & developers – we put your ecological mitigation plans into action so that you can fulfil your planning conditions and progress your development works with the minimum of fuss.
We design, construct & maintain wetlands from ponds and lakes to reedbeds and entire nature reserves.
We construct and maintain reedbeds for water treatment and have supported large companies processing food and timber in treating their waste water runoff. We have used constructed wetlands to successfully deal with storm water and to create flood lagoons.
Issues with slow worms, great crested newts, badgers, grass snakes, water voles or domice? Our specialist teams carry out protected species mitigation plans – we aim to make the ecology achievable on site.
JPR Environmental has installed 1000s of metres of newt and slow worm fencing to isolate sites for surveying and development.
For land that is being undercut by a flowing watercourse or is suffering a landslide or slippage, a natural erosion control solution might be suitable.
If you have a site that you need to prepare for development, JPR Environmental can offer the full range of pre-enabling works.
If you have Japanese Knotweed on your development site, don’t panic! We can help to develop and implement management plans for the control and eradication of Japanese Knotweed and other invasive species
JPR Environmental staff have over 20 years experience undertaking wildlife sensitive landscaping projects and have worked on a large variety of projects across the UK, from 4,500 home developments to small, privately owned sites.
“Very open and friendly approach to business, with a wealth of knowledge and expertise”
James Stanger, Director, Bilfinger GVA