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Important Notice for Existing and Potential Clients:

As from 4th March 2013, Phil Lomax, Director and Principal Consultant of Green Dimensions is moving to take up a position as Principal Ecologist at Thomson Ecology. From this date, existing and potential clients can contact him at:

Phil Lomax, Principal Ecologist,
Thomson Ecology,
Compass House,
Surrey Research Park,
Guildford, GU2 7AG, UK

Tel: 01483 466014
e-mail: Phil.Lomax@thomsonecology.com

Thomson Ecology and its sister company Thomson Habitats is one of the largest ecological consultancies in the UK and is able to offer the full range of ecological services. For further information, please visit: www.thomsonecology.com

Phil looks forward to continue providing existing and potential clients with all the ecological consultancy services required to support their business needs.

 
Formerly dry storm detention area modified to become a water feature and wildlife habitat - Wildern, Eastleigh, Hampshire
Roe doe
Colden Common Play Area
Bluebell wood
Fleming Park Leisure Centre, Eastleigh (Image courtesy of Eastleigh Borough Council)
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GreenDim.bmp is a versatile, multi-disciplinary limited company of Ecological Consultants, Biodiversity Conservation Consultants, Environment Consultants, and Recreation Consultants supporting and assisting clients to achieve sustainable development and improve quality of place and quality of  life through the planning and management of  spaces and places to benefit people and nature - now commonly referred to as 'green infrastructure'.

GreenDim.bmpguarantees you a professional service based on nearly 30 years of experience in planning, developing and managing spaces for nature conservation and places for people’s recreation. From survey and research to strategy, through planning, consultation, project design and delivery through to management and maintenance, we can meet the needs of a wide range of clients. These include:: local authorities (planning and leisure and recreation services), developers (of residential and commercial property), sport and recreation providers, transport authorities (road, rail, sea and air), natural resource industries (eg water, timber and minerals), statutory agencies (eg Natural England, Environment Agency, Forestry Commission), conservation bodies (such as the Wildlife Trusts) and private landowners. We have experience in working across all of these sectors. We are involved in your business and so we know your business needs.

GreenDim.bmppromises to help you find solutions – not just tell you what the problems are. Because we understand your business needs, we understand that when you employ a consultant you need practical solutions, to help you achieve your objectives. Sometimes, you will need to test your ideas and plans to see if they are feasible. We will always give you an honest assessment, and provide you with practical affordable options.

GreenDim.bmpprovides sustainable solutions at sustainable prices. Our services don’t cost the earth. Because we are a small company with low overheads, you benefit from big savings. We also look for solutions that conserve and enhance the environment and the quality of life of local communities’ and are always mindful in presenting options that they need to be financially sustainable.

Browse through the services pages of our web site to see what we can provide for you. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please contact us so we can discuss your specific needs. (Contact details are on the Contacts page of this web site).

For an informal discussion on how Green Dimensions can help you, please contact Phil Lomax on 023 8073 8097 or e-mail phil.lomax@green-dimensions.co.uk .

A family enjoying the countryside in the North Yorks Moors National Park
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Pond dipping (Image courtesy of Eastleigh Borough Council)
Silver-washed fritillary
The Hub Sports Hall, Bishopstoke (Image courtesy of Eastleigh Borough Council)
Roundal
Hurst Castle and the salt marsh
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