At Maydencroft we offer a range of landscape and environmental consultancy services, led by our highly experienced team of consultants including chartered members of both the Landscape Institute and Institute of Ecology & Environmental Management, and a PCA qualified Japanese knotweed surveyor.
Our approach to landscape and environmental management stems from our in-depth knowledge and appreciation of all the diverse elements that combine to from ‘landscape’, and a first-hand understanding of the many pressures facing both the environment and the landowners, land agents, local authorities, and communities responsible for its care.
Being a multi-disciplinary firm, we benefit greatly from our involvement with a broad range of clients and organisations across a diversity of rural and urban landscapes, and our experience of managing projects from inception to completion. We are perfectly placed to offer advice and develop plans that fully realise the aspirations and objectives of our clients while still managing to keep the best interests of the landscape and environment at heart.
Our experienced team at Maydencroft can provide:
conservation advice and management plans whole farm landscape and environment assessments large scale hedgerow and parkland restoration the reintroduction of livestock extensive forestry and woodland plans individual tree works rhododendron control orchard restoration or creation river, lake and pond restoration plans
Any landscape and habitat creation works can be carried by our Contracting...
As members of the Property Care Association (PCA), our consultants deliver best practice advice following the latest guidance for cost-effective eradication of invasive plants. Although we have experience in dealing with a wide range of plants, the majority of our work focuses on:
Japanese Knotweed Fallopia japonica (and hybrid knotweeds)
Giant Hogweed Heracleum mantegazzianum
Himalayan Balsam Impatiens glandulifera
Our multi-disciplinary project teams draw on a wide knowledge base from across Maydencroft to create practical work schedules and implementation plans. These plans help our clients to deliver complex projects in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Since 2010, we have secured over £6million of Government and European funding for our clients. Working closely with Natural England and the Forestry Commission, these grants have supported farmers, local authorities, utility companies and private individuals to undertake projects such as agri-environment schemes, landscape restoration and habitat creation.