This survey can be undertaken at any time of year.
In accordance with the Bat Conservation Trust Guidelines 2012 the survey will consist of an internal inspection of the loft spaces and potential roost locations where possible, looking for signs of bats in the form of droppings staining and the bats themselves. Followed by an external inspection of the building to identify potential emergence points.
If a bat roost is found further emergence surveys (Undertaken between May-September) and a Natural England Licence must be sought prior to works and an appropriate mitigation plan must be implemented.
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