Bat licence for 16th Century threshing barn

Bat licence for 16th Century threshing barn

An exciting refurbishment project is making great progress after enims gained a European Protected Species Licence for bat disturbance at a threshing barn in Sussex that dates back to the 1500s. The barn is a great example from its time and has retained almost all original beams and features under the roof.

Having also completed the original surveys necessary for the license, our ecologists will now be providing spervision of the removal of tiles from the roof in line with the licence and the client's refurbishment plans. We are delighted to add this to our extensive history of successful developments which have required protected species licensing.