About

About Sharpe Ecology

Sharpe Ecology is an independent ecological consultancy founded in 2012

Sharpe Ecology was founded in 2012 by Dr Fiona Sharpe MCIEEM. Fiona Sharpe has over 10 years of ecological experience within the ecological consultancy sector and in conservation research. With the services of licensed and highly experienced surveyors and field ecologists, this Worcestershire-based consultancy undertakes a wide range of habitat and species surveys throughout the UK.

 

Fiona Sharpe BSc (Hons) PhD MCIEEM holds a first class BSc (Hons) degree in Animal Biology from the University of St Andrews, a PhD in Avian Ecology from the University of Bath and is a full member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM). With a background in lapwing conservation and previous experience working in a senior position within a leading multidisciplinary consultancy, she undertakes a broad range of habitat surveys, including phase 1 habitat surveys and hedgerow surveys. Fiona is a competent surveyor of great crested newts (NE survey licence holder), bats, reptiles, badgers, otters and water voles and has a specialist interest in birds. Fiona also has wide experience of undertaking BREEAM and Code for Sustainable Homes assessments for a range of development types and meets the BRE's criteria for a 'suitably qualified ecologist'.

Projects

 

Sharpe Ecology has been responsible for the delivery and management of a variety of ecology projects across both public and private sectors. Clients have included local authorities, large- and small-scale consultancies, housing developers, commercial organisations (including highways, railways and industry), private landowners and individual house holders.

 

 

Contact

 

  • Mobile: 07968 757855

 

  • Sharpe Ecology,

Merrion, 31 Worcester Road,

Pershore, Worcestershire.

WR10 1HQ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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