Ecological Consultants Register for University of East Anglia

Ecological Consultants Register for University of East Anglia

The university is looking to establish a framework for ecological consultancy services.

PURCON850 Ecological Consultants Register

Contract summary


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Location of contract


Value of contract


Published date

03 July 2019

Closing date

26 July 2019

Contract start date

06 September 2019

Contract end date

05 September 2021

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The University is looking to establish a framework for ecological consultancy services to include but not limited to:

o All aspects of Ecological work associated with planning including Preliminary Ecological Assessments (PEA);
o European Protected Species Surveys (EPS);
o Ecological Clerk of Works (ECoW);
o Environmental habitat management plans and implementation of mitigation measures;
o Training on ecology surveys;
o Attendance at relevant meetings;
o Work collaboratively with the School of Biological Sciences and other University Staff/ Departments as advised.
o Information for use in publications/ reports
o Preparation and submission of both full Bat EPS Mitigation Licences and bat Low Impact Class Licence Site Registrations.
o Environmental Incident investigation/ consultancy at any UEA site – this could include liaison with regulatory agencies such as Natural England and the Environment Agency
o Undertaking biodiversity audits
o Provision of Biodiversity Management Plans to British Standard BS 42020:2013

The successful ecological consultants will need to work collaboratively with the University to support growth and development alongside meeting our ecological responsibilities.


About the buyer

Contact name

Claire Woodcroft


Norwich Research Park
United Kingdom


01603 592728



Other information


Additional information on how to apply for this contract

This procurement will be conducted via In-tend, the University’s e-tendering portal.

Please register free of charge to access the tender documents.

Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No


How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided, or follow the instructions given in the notice description or information section.