Development of care bungalows at a disused site of a former social club. After lesser horseshoe bats were identified using the abandoned social club, compensation measures were integrated into the new care buildings.
Redevelopment of the derelict Bispham Hall Brickworks site to housing.
Prior to the conversion of a redundant barn into an office / workshop, bat surveys recorded low numbers of common pipistrelle bats emerge from the roof. A EPS licence was therefore obtained for removing the roosts but incorporating similar features into the renovated building. Post-development monitoring surveys recorded a common pipistrelle maternity colony using the new provisions.
Re-development and extension of existing pavilion including partial re-roof. Blocking of all existing bat access points.
Former stable to be demolished and replaced with a new replacement stable block. Bat boxes and bat barn used as compensation for the removal of Pipistrellus sp day roosts.
The asbestos components of this traditional farm complex were demolished in 2019. The majority of the traditional stone barns with slate roofs were retained, and a bat house, replacement courtyard roof, bat accesses and bat boxes provided as compensation. The licence covered pipistrelles, long-eared bats and lesser horseshoe bats.