Ecosupport was among the first companies to offer both survey, assessment and on site mitigation. This means we have over 15 years experience of designing and implementing a full range of amphibian and reptile exclusion fencing as well as badger and water vole fencing.
The most common use for exclusion fencing as part of a planning scheme is for mitigation of protected reptiles and amphibians. Temporary fencing is installed by our experienced team around the perimeters of the impacted area and all reptiles or amphibians are translocated from this area to a receptor area. The exclusion fencing is retained until construction work is complete to prevent other reptiles or amphibians from re-colonising the area during this time. Once work is completed we can quickly remove all exclusion fencing from site.
For schemes that may require a more permanent solution, we work closely with our sister company Animex Fencing, who has gained international recognition for their proven mitigation fencing for various species worldwide. Permanent exclusion fencing can be implemented for any species in the UK.
We have a strong history working with exclusion fencing and have work subcontracted to us from large multidisciplinary companies to sites across the UK who appreciate the high standard of our work, installation methods and quick turnaround times. We can supply and install several differing designs and specifications of exclusion fencing suitable for the requirements of any mitigation scheme.