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Victoria Harrison


Victoria leads on a broad range of ecological survey work, specialises in reptile and dormouse ecology and is registered to use Natural England class survey licences for great crested newt and hazel dormouse. She is our technical lead for project management and works with our client base to proactively manage programme risks for their projects.

Victoria is experienced in ecological mitigation design, regularly produces Preliminary Ecological Appraisals and Ecological Impact Assessments for development projects and has led complex bat and hazel dormouse survey programmes. Victoria produces protected species mitigation strategies and oversees the implementation of these strategies in the field, including under licence from Natural England.

She has a First Class Honours degree in Wildlife Conservation and a Masters by Research in Biodiversity Management from the University of Kent. Her Masters thesis focussed on testing the efficacy of current industry-standard reptile survey methods, and she has given talks on this subject to the British Herpetological Society and the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust. Victoria plays a lead role in the ongoing development of our advanced project management system and an active role in the delivery of our internal professional development programme.

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Victoria Harrison
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