Case Studies

Bat Survey Monmouthshire

Bat Survey Monmouthshire

A bat survey was undertaken on a Grade II Listed former Quaker Meeting House, on behalf of our client.

The scope of our surveys was to undertake a series of ecological surveys, including a Preliminary Roost Assessment and subsequent bat activity surveys, to inform works on a farmhouse dating from the 17th Century, with barns and outbuildings. Given the complexity of the site, we led a team of 12 surveyors to ensure that all aspects of the site were observed. Following our surveys and ecological impact assessment was made, which enabled our client to complete their works – re-roofing and general maintenance of the site.

We specialise in helping our clients identify ecological issues with historic buildings and estates. This bat survey in Monmouthshire is just one example where our expertise in project management and ecological assessment used the skills of our licensed and experienced team. Works on complex sites may also require onward support, such as mitigation licence applications to Natural Resources Wales (for sites in Wales) or Natural England (for sites in England).

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