• About us

    We enable businesses to manage ecological risks and maximise opportunities

  • Who we work for

    We work with a huge and diverse range of organisations

  • Our services

    We deliver a range of ecological services to the business community at both a strategic and a project level

Biocensus – providing ecologists to the UK construction industry; from a single expert to a 100 strong field team.

We supply ecologists to projects ranging from individual developments to major national infrastructure projects. Our national network of ecologists means we can provide local expertise to enable projects to manage ecological risks and maximise opportunities. With nearly 600 quality assured ecologists on our books we have the biggest team of ecologists in the UK.

We currently have several secondment opportunities available. Click here to view them! All these secondment opportunities can be undertaken on a freelance or fixed term contract basis. Please get in touch.

We work with the best ecologists and are always looking to expand our network, so if you have the skills and experience register to join us here: 

Combining ecological expertise and scientific rigour with pragmatism and professionalism we work with businesses to achieve a ‘net positive’ drive that benefits the environment and the bottom line. To discuss how we can support your project get in touch via our contact form.

Our people are available across the UK

Latest News

March 2018 – Signs of Spring

Hello all, from a wintery Bath in Mid-March! It might feel like January out there, but things are moving on a pace with primroses and celandine popping up everywhere and the local peregrine on eggs. Click the image to see live pictures of the peregrines! My feeling is that once the wintery weather lets up, […]

December 2017

I’m currently being given the run around by a black-headed gull!  I was on the phone with a very important client the other day and spotted the gull outside my office.  It was sporting a colour ring which means it will have been ringed as part of a research project and re-sighting of these birds […]