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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.

 
Fleming Park leisure Centre (Image courtesy of Eastleigh Borough Council)
Golden-ringed dragonfly
Water vole
Fleming Park Leisure Centre floodlit ATP (Image courtesy of Eastleigh Borough Council)
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About Us
GreenDim.bmp Ecological Consultants, Biodiversity Conservation Consultants, Environment Consultants, and Recreation Consultants, specialises in the conservation, planning and management of spaces and places to benefit people and nature – what has generically come to be called ‘green infrastructure’.

‘Green Infrastructure is a strategically planned and delivered network comprising the broadest range of high quality green spaces and other environmental features. It should be designed and managed as a multifunctional resource capable of delivering those ecological services and quality of life benefits required by the communities it serves and needed to underpin sustainability. Its design and management should also respect and enhance the character and distinctiveness of an area with regard to habitats and landscape types.

Green Infrastructure includes established green spaces and new sites and should thread through and surround the built environment and connect the urban area to its wider rural hinterland. Consequently it needs to be delivered at all spatial scales from sub-regional to local neighbourhood levels, accommodating both accessible natural green spaces within local communities and often much larger sites in the urban fringe and wider countryside.’

Definition  taken from ‘Green Infrastructure Guidance’, Natural England, 2009.

GreenDim.bmpspecialises in providing professional advice and support in these areas.

GreenDim.bmpEcology and Recreation Planning and Management Services Limited, is a Private Limited Company (Company No. 6586385) and is registered with HM Revenue and Customs for VAT (Registration No. 936 5522 10). We are governed by the professional codes of practice of the following Institutes: Institute of Biology; Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management and the Institute for Sport Parks and Leisure. We have professional indemnity insurance cover with Zurich Insurance up to £1million.

The Director and the principal consultant, and project manager is Phil Lomax BSc(Hons),  CBiol, MSB, MIEEM, MISPAL. Phil has a joint honours degree in biology and geography and is a Chartered Biologist and Member of the Society of Biology (since June 1988), a Member of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (since September 1991), and a Member of the Institute for Sport Parks and Leisure (since February 2000).

Phil has 30 years experience in planning, developing and managing spaces for nature conservation and places for public recreation, including 8 years as Head of Countryside and Recreation for Eastleigh Borough Council in Hampshire. He is a Trustee of the new Community Sports Foundation. A more detailed CV is available on request but a summary is provided here.

Exciting adventure playground set in a woodland park.
The Leicester Ecology Strategy produced for Leicester City Council won an Association of Local Government Ecologists (ALGE) national award.
Song thrush
Enjoying nature (Image courtesy of Eastleigh Borough Council)
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Hurst Castle and the salt marsh
Web Site Development and Wildlife Photography by Andrew Walmsley
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