Tor Ecology

We pride ourselves on being client-focused, and have worked on a diverse range of projects within a wide range of sectors. We are also the first and only UK ecological consultancy working on a development being progressed via a Community Right to Build Order and as such are helping to pioneer this process. Together, our dedicated ecological consultants comprise an extensive range of skills and experience with which to meet the needs of your business. 

The name Tor Ecology originates from Haytor- a spectacular tor located in South Devon. Haytor is a large granite outcrop situated on the eastern edge of Dartmoor and it can be seen from many dramatic angles. It is the most prominent marker visible from the A38 Devon Expressway at Haldon Hill- the views across the Devon landscape to Haytor in the distance are stunning. 


Managing Director

Jenni Reid

BSc (Hons) CEnv MCIEEM

With over 14 years experience within the environmental sector, including 7 years within the Highways division Jenni has developed a professional career rooted within the fields of construction and development. Providing advice on best practice in accordance with current legislation and experienced in client liaison Jenni specialises in providing pragmatic, project appropriate advice. more
Senior Ecologist

Laura Snell


Laura has been working in the field of ecology for 12 years and in that time has provided ecological advice to a variety of clients including housing developers, infrastructure bodies, energy and utility companies and environmental organisations. She is an experienced project manager with a sound knowledge of planning guidance and wildlife legislation. more
Professional Ecologist

Tamsyn Bridger


Tamsyn has been working in ecological consultancy for four years, during which time she has worked on a wide range of projects including both small and large scale housing developments, commercial redevelopments and renewable energy projects. more

Consultant Ecologists


Tor Ecology use a wide range of trusted sub-contractors to expand the team. From invertebrate and bird specialists right through to graduate ecologists, we can cover all aspects of ecological survey work.