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guidance note - dealing with protected species, heritage and cultural aspects
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Guidance note - dealing with protected species, heritage and cultural aspects

Guidance note - dealing with protected species, heritage and cultural aspects

If you have uninvited guests on your premises, such as certain birds, bats, lizards etc., simply evicting them is illegal. To help you to deal with these creatures in a legally safe way, follow our guidance document.

How to deal with protected species, heritage and cultural aspects

Although it’s incredibly frustrating and often costly, evicting a creature or even its nest can land you in court. To help you to avoid this situation use our Guidance Note - Dealing with Protected Species, Heritage and Cultural Aspects. The document covers the requirements and consequences that must be taken into account if protected species of flora and fauna, or another significant aspect such as cultural, archaeological or architectural heritage, is encountered.

 

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