CCNW has recently completed a wide range of riverbank revetment and stabilisation works at the Happy Valley Country Park in Bramhall, Cheshire. Happy Valley is a designated nature reserve that is home to a wide variety of habitats and wildlife.
We are delighted to announce the expansion of our offering to incorporate Landscape Design Services. Working with a Landscape Architect, we are able to quote for providing landscape proposals which can be supported by our Ecological and Arboricultural Services.
CCNW was asked by Encirc to provide a Landscape and Nature Management Plan for their glass container manufacturing, filling and distribution facility at Elton, Cheshire, said to be the largest in the northern hemisphere.
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We are delighted to announce the launch of our new website, which reflects the continued success and expansion of our key offering, and now incorporating a full range of Ecological Services. This is an exciting time in the growth and development of CCNW.
As part of our ongoing commitment to our clients we have produced a new brochure which features our comprehensive range of Ecological Services. The brochure provides an overview of how we can help you meet legislative and planning requirements for your project.
To reflect our expanding geographical base, we are delighted to announce that our Senior Ecologist, Dominic Rigby is now licensed for bat work and great crested newt surveys in Wales.
CCNW has strengthened its management team with the appointment of Colin Ness as Operations Manager. A professional member of the Arboricultural Association, Colin joins CCNW with extensive experience of arboriculture, and as a contracts manager with a proven track record in project management.
CCNW Ecologist Dominic Rigby was asked by WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre to verify the bug life in an amazing project to build the world’s largest bug hotel. It took the team at Martin Mere just 4 weeks to construct the bug hotel.