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Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey: Conversion of two stone barns, Westerleigh, South Gloucestershire

Abricon was commissioned to undertake an Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey on a farmyard, complete with a number of agricultural buildings, near the village of Westerleigh, South Gloucestershire. The outbuildings were considered to have negligible potential for roosting bats the overgrown yard was considered to be suitable for reptiles. Due to the nature of the works to be carried out and the size and connectivity of the site, no further surveys were considered necessary. A Method Statement was included in the report to address residual risk to reptiles during the site clearance.

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Aerial Bat Tree Climbing Inspections and Bat Survey Licence

6th February 2018

Our ecology team members, Samuel Olney and Aaron Isaacs, have been very busy this winter and it is our pleasure to announce that they have achieved their CS38 Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue Level 2 certifications. Samuel Olney has also been approved as being sufficiently experienced to hold a Bat Class 2 survey licence from […]

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