Giles Landscapes CMS are concerned about the environment and the effects modern developments have on our native flora and fauna. We are dedicated to providing a reliable and efficient service working closely with conservation specialists. We are chosen by architects to achieve superb results, to enhance the working surroundings and to ensure the minimal impact on the environment.
We have successfully undertaken many conservation projects specifically aimed at protecting endangered species including many relocation projects. This includes those which are facing problems due to the implementation of highway or new developments. Our work in this area has included Hibernaculum, newt fencing, badger setts, bat and owl boxes, stag beetle pyramids, wild flower meadow seeding and regeneration of brown field sites.
Our work has included the transformation of 36 hectares of brown field site in Lee Valley, Enfield into an environmentally friendly habitat. We also carry out works on nature reserves, public open spaces and we work in conjunction with the conservation society for the protection of endangered species.