Greengage Environmental were appointed to assess a number of areas across the large Titsey Estate in Surrey. Preliminary Ecological Appraisals and Roman Snail Surveys concentrated on areas of woodland that were due to be impacted by proposed building extension and landscaping works.
Greengage provided ecological support across the estate to enable a proposed extension and landscaping works to the historic property.
- The Titsey Estate
- Titsey Place, Titsey Hill, Oxted, United Kingdom
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