Philosophy and Accountability

Sand dunes at Holkham in Norfolk, part of the North Norfolk Coast SPA/SAC


DTA Ecology believes in professionalism and delivering excellence in our work.  We operate within a self-imposed Code of Professional Ethics, which ensures integrity and avoids conflicts of professional interest.   
DTA Ecology is accountable to the code of professional conduct of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM). 

Ethical and Sustainable Business Trading

The company also operates in accordance with an Environmental Policy Statement, which seeks to minimise the impact of our business on the environment and to add value to the environmental work that we do. This policy is complemented by our Ethical and Sustainable Business Trading Policy

Quality Management

Click here to see our Quality Policy Statement.

Other Policies

We operate other policies, all of which contribute to our ideals. These are:

Privacy Policy Statement
Equal Opportunities Policy
Smoke-free Workplace Policy
Health and Safety Policy Statement

All our policies are regularly reviewed to see whether amendments are necessary.

“I write to thank you for the excellent and comprehensive training programme that you have recently delivered on our behalf. The feedback that I have received from the Planning Inspectorate, Local Authorities and NRW has all been very positive. Feedback suggests that the course was pitched well, extensive and most useful for understanding the day to day compliance with the Habitat Regulations.” (Welsh Government)
Tel: 0118 973 4700

DTA News:

Dr Caroline Chapman is delighted to have been elected a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management. She was nominated by her peers and the Institute noted her expertise in Habitats Regulations Assessment and the science of pollution effects on habitats. The extent to which Caroline has shared her knowledge more widely within the profession was also recognised.