Please note that from the 30th September 2021 Essex Wildlife Trust will no longer be operating a Biological Records Centre and will no longer offer commercial biological data services to consultants and others.
Essex Wildlife Trust would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your business and support over the past years.
From Thursday the 3rd of December 2020 we will be adopting an updated pricing policy for our commercial data searches. Under the newly updated policy, the charges for commercial data searches will be increased by 20% - please see Appendix 1 for pricing.
Our charges have not changed since we began offering the data search service 3+ years ago and this updated policy will bring us in line with pricing adopted by other LERCs.
Thank you for your understanding,
The EWT Records Centre team
In order to request data from us, please fill in our newly updated data request form and send to email@example.com. The updated request form will help to streamline our quoting process and reduce turnaround time.
The form can be accessed on our home page and here on our information page.
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