Bat Surveys in Derbyshire

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Here are some of our recent projects in Derbyshire

We are based in Belper, Derby and cover Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire.

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Bat Survey in Chaddesden, Derby

Sometimes I get asked to look for bats in unlikely places - this block of garages for example.  Here my client was asked by Derby City Council to complete a bat survey as part of an application to demolish the garages and build flats.

Bat Survey in Breedon Hill, Derby

A lovely family in the Beeston Hill area of Derby are looking to extend their home. I was asked to attend the property to complete a preliminary bat survey before the planning application could be registered.

The site was a former boiler house at , and the Retail Trust's Leyland Estate in Derby City.  The survey confirmed that there are no bat roosts in the building, and planning has been granted.  This will allow the client to demolish the old building and construct twelve retirement flats.

Bat Survey in Holymoorside, Chesterfield, Derbyshire

A Preliminary Roost Assessment was undertaken for this demolish and re-build project in North Derbyshire.

By spending some extra time on site, I was able to confidently state that there are no bat roosts at the property. My report was submitted and has been accepted by the consultee (Derbyshire Wildlife Trust).

Bat Survey in Chellaston, Derbyshire

Our client requested that we undertake a bat survey to update the findings of a survey completed by their previous ecologists.   The planning application was being updated, and the existing bat survey was out of date .

The site was a former boiler house at , and the Retail Trust's Leyland Estate in Derby City.  The survey confirmed that there are no bat roosts in the building, and planning has been granted.  This will allow the client to demolish the old building and construct twelve retirement flats.

Bat Survey in Litton, Derbyshire

The Bat Surveyor complete another successful Preliminary Roost Assessment today.  This time I was at a lovely B&B in Shardlow who are planning to create a cafe in place of an old garage next to the River Trent.

Bat Survey in Coke Street, Derby

This was a bat survey in support of a project to convert an historic building into a residential home in Hopton, Derbyshire.

Bat Survey in Hopton, Derbyshire

This was a bat survey in support of a project to convert an historic building into a residential home in Hopton, Derbyshire.

Bat Survey in Rose Hill, Derby

This was a bat survey in support of an interesting project to convert a former storeroom into accommodation for a family in Rose Hill, Derby.

Bat Survey in Allestree, Derby.

The Bat Surveyor undertook a PRA at the site in Allestree.

A bat dropping was found within the loft during the initial survey.  This was sent to a lab for eDNA analysis, which showed it to be from a soprano pipistrelle bat. 

Bat Survey in Kelstedge, Chesterfield, Derbyshire

The Bat Surveyor completed a bat survey and report for our client in north-east Derbyshire.

The site is a bungalow in Kelstedge, Chesterfield which has been empty for a few years. 

The work was booked on Monday, the survey and report completed on Tuesday and was uploaded onto the planning portal by the architect on Wednesday – you can’t get much smoother than that!

Bat Survey in Belper – St Laurence Gardens

We were asked by a local land agent to look at the potential impact on bats associated with re-roofing a building in Belper, Derbyshire.

The building is of historical interest, being the former refectory of the convent at this site (now converted to residential housing).  We completed bat surveys at the site, and the planning application was permitted by Amber Valley Council.

Bat Survey in Arundel Street Derby, Derbyshire

The client for this project requested that we undertake a bat survey to identify whether bats would be a constraint to their proposals.  The client had submitted a planning application to Derby City Council to demolish an existing mixed warehouse and commercial unit and to construct residential flats at the site.

The survey found that there was no direct evidence of bats at the site, but that there were some parts of the building that bats could roost.  A simple evening survey was recommended to support the planning application.
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