Our countryside is a mosaic of habitats mainly developed through farming practices over many hundreds of years. We seek to link habitats to allow wildlife to migrate through an area and build on typical habitats and species found in the locality. Creating and maintaining a conservation area and wetland habitat is essential to the evolution of our countryside. We work closely with local and national environmental agencies including the Wildlife Trusts, The RSPB, Natural England, English Heritage and The Environment Agency and other Government bodies to coordinate specialist design and planning of your project.
Good planning can take time and taking the right approach is essential to your project. Doing the right things in the right order can often save you money. We can help with a smooth transition, giving professional advice on all aspects of your project.
Heritage Building Conservation
Heritage development specialists, JM Environmental offer project management services, tailored to meet Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) requirements. We provide architectural design, measured building and topographic surveys, schedule of condition surveys, access audits, conservation management plans, management & maintenance plans, landscape management plans, full project planning, business development, research, activity, interpretation and audience development plans.
Securing renewable sources of energy is key to the UK's strategy for a diverse, low carbon energy system. Renewable energy is a diverse sector which includes on & off shore wind, solar, biomass, ground and air source heat technologies. These, over time, will help create a sustainable future for agriculture and land owners.
Improving irrigation efficiency can help increase farm profits. It can assist abstractors to meet Environment Agency requirements for licence renewal and demonstrate a sustainable use of natural resources for growers. A lake or water storage reservoir can help secure your water supply and can give you a marketing advantage and add capital to your business.