Hampton House has planning permission to convert the house into 7 apartments.
Repair and replacement of windows and windowsills involved the removal of a common pipistrelle day roost. Compensation was provided via Ibstock bat brick(s).
Planning permission for a new mixed use development required the building of two Lesser Horseshoe Bat (LHB) night roosts. The purpose of the night roosts were to extend feeding ranges and provide additional bat colony resilience by providing additional occasional shelter/feeding perches.
Full restoration of a Grade I listed building and a series of historic barns, regarded by Cadw as one of the finest medieval hall houses in Wales. The site was originally surveyed in 2014 with seven species of bat identified as being present, including lesser horseshoe, brown long-eared and Natterer's.
Refurbishment of stately home and change of use to a 5 star spa hotel. Such refurbishment resulted in the loss of hibernation space for daubenton's and brown long-eared bats in the buildings, including cellar rooms. A new 'bat cave' was constructed as compensation.
Roost exclusion to prevent odours entering hotel bedrooms.