Why?




JHD Ecological supports the governments strategy to improve biodiversity in the UK by 2020. By implementing the correct policies and regulations we can prevent the loss of the 'Great British Countryside'. Read more


Our in-house ecologist, with a contract fencing background, enables us to remove the necessity for an external ecologist to be on site throughout the process, thus increasing efficiency and productivity whilst reducing the daily cost to you. The primary service we provide is high-quality reptile fencing using our own dedicated, low-impact machinery, again reducing total costs. However, we are also able to extend our services to other forms of fencing. We have an extensive experience with boundary fencing such as post and rail, close board and stock for which we have won national recognition.

Slow Worms


Anguis fragilis


Information on the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 can be found here.

about us


JHD is a company comprised of ecologists and fencing contractors. This unique collaboration allows us to combine our expertise to provide an ecological fencing service without the costs associated with using multiple contractors.

We believe that with our skill set and knowledge, we can provide a superior

end product and service with a greater ecological focus, that will surpass that of

the ‘general’ contractor. This is achieved through over a decade of high quality

fencing experience which has proven to exceed the expectations of many high-end clients.



Water Voles




Detailed information on the water voles, as well as advise on carrying out surveys can be on the Natural England website.

Ecological fencing specialists




Great Crested Newt


One of our species which has suffered the worst in recent times is the Great Crested Newt. The Great Crested Newt used to prosper in rural Britain, however due to the demolition of ponds and loss of terrestrial habitats, it's numbers are now in decline. Thankfully, the GCR is now protected by law, with companies like ourselves doing our bit to save our amphibian friend.


Detailed information on the Great Crested Newt, as well as advise on carrying out surveys can be on the Natural England website.