“I would like to extend my sincere thanks to you for working with us in such a positive and flexible manner, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend DTA Ecology to others as an excellent provider”. (Swansea Council)
“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)
“Many many thanks. It’s been a pleasure working with you on this project and you’ve made what is a complex process seem very straightforward.” (Sussex Wildlife Trust)
“just wanted to say thanks very much for organising the webinar, couldn’t get in on the day but just watched the recording and thought it was excellent. Very clear and very useful. Think we could learn a lot internally about the clarity of delivery and the pace as this was a really good example of how to do a webinar well.” (Natural England)
“thanks again for providing Marine Scotland with such an interesting, targeted and well delivered couple of days training. I have had lots of positive feedback which is great.” (Marine Scotland)
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend DTA Ecology to others as an excellent provider
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.
DTA Ecology has been announced as a finalist in the 'small consultancy of the year' category of the prestigous CIEEM 2020 Awards. The winner will be announced at the Awards Ceremony which has, due to Covid-19, been postponed until January 2021.