Great Pagoda, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Abney Park Church, Stoke Newington

Surveys for London projects include:

Flood alleviation schemes, replacement culverts and infrastructure modernisation

  • Historic buildings such as Kenwood House, Hampton Court Palace, the Tower of London, Apsley House, Southhall Manor, Hogarth House and Pitzhanger Manor and many churches
  • Structures such as Richmond Bridge, the Duke of Wellington Arch as well as ice wells
  • Reserves, Parks and Open Spaces

Research Projects and general surveys include:

  • Citizen Science Projects involving volunteers from Abney Park Trust, Hackney Tree Nursery, Tree Muskateers, Nonsuch Watch and the Friends of the River Crane Environment (FORCE) on joint initiatives
  • Vegetation, bird, mammal surveys on the M25 for Mouchel Consulting on behalf of the Highways Agency, 2001-03 and Transport for London, 2004
  • 3 year small mammal trapping study, Royal Parks Agency,1997
  • Surrey University, Training of staff in wildlife survey techniques, 2003
  • River Corridor surveys including birds, water vole and bat surveys on London’s canals and rivers
  • Bats in London Boroughs of Redbridge, Merton, Kingston Southwark, Ealing, Wandsworth, Islington, Richmond 1998-2017.
  • House Sparrows in Ilford Town Centre, 2006