Kingdom: Animalia > Phylum: Chordata > Class: Mammalia > Order: Rodentia > Family: Myoxidae > Genus: Muscardinus > Species: Muscardinus avellanarius

Common dormouse - Muscardinus avellanarius (Linnaeus, 1758)

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Quick facts

Threat status Europe Least Concern (IUCN)
EU conservation status by biogeographical region Alpine - Favourable
Atlantic - Unfavourable-Bad
Black Sea - Unfavourable-Inadequate
Boreal - Favourable
Continental - Unfavourable-Inadequate
Mediterranean - Unknown
Pannonian - Unfavourable-Inadequate
Steppic - Favourable
Protected by EU Habitats Directive and 1 other international agreement
Most preferred habitats
  • heathland and shrub
  • woodland and forest
May also occur in
  • agricultural mosaics
  • cropland
  • wetlands
Natura 2000 species code 1341

Distribution

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Threat and conservation status

IUCN Red List status of threatened species

The IUCN Red List threat status assesses the risk of extinction.

IUCN Red List Category
Not Evaluated
Near Threatened
Regionally Extinct
Not Applicable
Vulnerable
Extinct in the Wild
Data Deficient
Endangered
Extinct
Least Concern
Critically Endangered

EU conservation status

Conservation status assesses every six years and for each biogeographical region the condition of habitats and species compared to the favourable status as described in the Habitats Directive. The map shows the 2007-2012 assessments as reported by EU Member State. Assessments are further detailed in the summary document available behind the link below.

Natura 2000 sites

Not available

Common names and synonyms

Common Name Language Reference
Common dormouse English Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Gjumashi i lajthise Albanian Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Haselmaus German Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Hasselmus Danish Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Hasselmus Norwegian Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Hasselmus Swedish Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Hazelmuis Dutch Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Heslimús Icelandic Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Hieselmaus Luxemburgish Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Lazdu susuris Latvian Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Mazais susuris Latvian Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Mogyorós pele Hungarian Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Moscardino Italian Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Muscardin French Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Muscardino Spanish Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Orzesznica Polish Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Pähkinähiiri Finnish Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Pähklinäpp Estonian Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Plch lieskový Slovak Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Plšík lískový Czech Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Podlesek Slovenian Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Puh orašar Croatian Mitchell-Jones, A.J. & al.
Synonym Author
Mus avellanarius Linnaeus, 1758
Myoxus murscardinus Schreber, 1782
Mus corilinum Fatio, 1869
Muscardinus pulcher Barret-Hamilton, 1898
Myoxus speciosus Dehne, 1855
Muscardinus trapezius Miller, 1908

Other resources

CoL (accepted name) Catalogue of Life
EoL Encyclopedia of Life
Fauna Europaea Fauna Europaea
GBIF Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Habitats Directive Art. 17-2006 summary
ITIS (Valid name) Interagency Taxonomic Information System
NCBI National Center for Biotechnology Information
PESI (Accepted) Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure
Wikipedia Wikipedia

External data

Reportnet deliveries

Files delivered through Reportnet with relevance to this species.

74 items found, displaying all items.1
Released Coverage Envelope File
2016-02-25 Germany Habitat Derogation 2013_2014 Habitat_2013_2014_GER.xml
2015-12-11 France France reporting Habitas Directive 2014 corrected files Alsace
2015-12-11 France France reporting Habitas Directive 2014 corrected files Auvergne
2015-12-11 France France reporting Habitas Directive 2014 corrected files Haute Normandie
2015-12-11 France France reporting Habitas Directive 2014 corrected files Lorraine
2015-12-11 France France reporting Habitas Directive 2014 corrected files PACA
2015-12-11 France France reporting Habitas Directive 2014 corrected files Pays de Loire
2015-12-11 France France reporting Habitas Directive 2014 corrected files Poitou Charentes
2015-12-11 France France reporting Habitas Directive 2014 corrected files Rhône Alpes
2015-11-26 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2014 DREAL Rhone Alpes
2015-11-18 Netherlands Habitats Directive Derogations 2013-2014 HD_derogations2013_2014_NL.xml
2015-11-04 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2011 Dérogations région Aquitaine
2015-11-04 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2011 Dérogations région Poitou Charente
2015-10-16 Italy Habitat derogation 2013-2014 Habides + Habitat xml
2015-10-09 Czech Republic Report according to Art. 16.2 of the Habitats Directive - CZ 2013-2014 Report according to Art. 16.2 of the Habitats Directive - CZ 2013-2014
2015-09-18 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2013 DREAL_FC_habides_habitats_2013.xml
2015-09-17 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2012 AQUITAINE-habides_export_habitats.xml
2015-09-17 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2012 CENTRE_habides_export_habitats.xml
2015-09-17 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2012 MIDI-PYRENEES_habides_export-dirHab.xml
2015-09-17 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2012 PACA_habides_export_habitats_2012.xml
2015-09-17 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2012 PICARDIE-habitats-local_database.xml
2015-09-17 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2012 POITOU-CHARENTE-habitats-habides2012_DH_export_122013.xml
2015-09-17 France FRANCE Rapport art 16 Directive Habitat 92/43/CEE année 2012 RHONE-ALPES-DREAL_RA_2012Habitat_20131029_habides_export.xml
2015-07-31 Greece Habitats Directive Article 17 29_12_2014 submission GR GR_species_reports-15723-10453.xml
2015-02-24 Germany Habitat Derogation 2011_2012 Germany Habitat_2011_2012_GER.xml
2014-11-19 Belgium Derogation Belgium HD 2011-2012 Report for Flanders
2014-11-14 Slovenia Derogations 2013 Derogations 2013
2014-10-30 Poland National Report on Derogations under the Birds and Habitats Directives Habitats and Birds Derogations Report
2014-03-11 Italy Habitat derogation report 2011-2012 Habitat derogation report 2011-2012
2014-01-20 Bulgaria BG-NR under Habitat Directive 2011-2012 BG_HD_NReport 2011-2012
2014-01-08 Luxembourg Article 17 report 92/43/CEE 2007_2012 Luxembourg LU_species_reports-13823-134519.xml
2014-01-07 Hungary HU_Art_17_report_2013_second round_10_31 HU_species_report_art17
2014-01-04 Romania RO Art.17 2007-2012 Report from 31 December 2013 RO_species_reports.xml
2013-12-30 Lithuania Third LT report on Art.17,2007-2012 LT_species_reports-131230-135438.xml
2013-12-30 Sweden Report on Implementation Measures (Art.17.1)_delivery 2013 SE_species_reports-131230-111623.xml
2013-12-27 Bulgaria BG_habitats_report_2007-2012 Species reports
2013-12-17 Slovakia Art 17 report for the period 2007 - 2012 - second delivery SK_species_reports-131217-132945.xml
2013-12-09 Poland Habitats Directive Art. 17 Report PL_species_reports.xml
2013-12-04 Italy 3rd Italian national report 2013 IT_species_reports.xml
2013-11-20 Slovenia Report 2011-2012 derogations 2011 - 2012
2013-10-30 United Kingdom Directive 92/43/EEC: Derogations under Article 16: Report by the UK for 2011-2012 WG contribution to 92/43/EEC Article 16 UK Report
2013-10-18 Latvia LATVIA_2007-2012 LV_species_reports-131018-113252.xml
2013-10-14 Denmark 2011-2012 Danish national derogation reports under Art. 16 of the EU Habitats Directive questionnaire_habides.xml
2013-10-10 United Kingdom Habitats Directive Article 17 2013 2nd submission UK GB_species_reports-13925-15297.xml
2013-09-17 Estonia Eesti2013 EE_species_reports-13917-14855.xml
2013-09-16 Belgium Second Release Art17 Belgium BE_species_reports-13916-154440.xml
2013-08-23 Czech Republic CZ_Rep_HDArt17_2013_2nd_submission:corrected CZ_species_reports.xml
2012-10-11 Sweden National Report on Derogations under the Birds and Habitats Directives-2009_2010/xml format Derogations Birds/habitats 2009-2010
2011-12-12 Italy Habitat Derogation Report 2009-2010 habitat derogation report 2009-2010
2011-11-11 United Kingdom Directive 92/43/EEC: Derogation under Article 16: Report by the UK for 2009-2010 CCW contribution to 92/43/EEC Article 16 UK Report
2011-11-11 United Kingdom Directive 92/43/EEC: Derogation under Article 16: Report by the UK for 2009-2010 MMO contribution to Directive 92/43/EEC Article 16 UK Report
2011-11-11 United Kingdom Directive 92/43/EEC: Derogation under Article 16: Report by the UK for 2009-2010 NE contribution to 92/43/EEC Article 16 UK Report
2011-11-11 Bulgaria Report Habitat Directive_2009-2010. Habitats_09-10.
2011-01-17 Luxembourg LU 2007-2008 habitats directive derogations Habitats Species Report LU 2007-2008
2010-09-27 Italy Habitats Derogations 2007-2008 Habitats Derogations 2007-2008
2010-09-07 Italy Habitats derogations Report 2007-2008 Report 2007-2008
2008-04-14 Estonia eesti Species questionnaire for Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-04-10 Germany German national report Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-03-21 Slovenia Article 17 Report Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-03-17 Netherlands NL Report HR 2007 Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-03-05 Italy Italy Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-03-04 Hungary delivery_report_art_17_HU Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-03-03 Lithuania Buveiniu direktyvos igyvendinimo ataskaita Species questionnaire for Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-02-28 France rapport France Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-02-26 Denmark DK Species questionnaire for Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-02-25 United Kingdom UK_submission Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-02-22 Austria Article 17 report Austria Species questionnaire for Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-02-22 Greece Hellas Species questionnaire for Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-02-22 Slovakia report under habitats directive Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-01-16 Belgium Natura 2000 habitat report Species questionnaire for Muscardinus avellanarius
2008-01-15 Luxembourg Article 17 report 92/43/CEE Luxembourg Species questionnaire for Muscardinus avellanarius
2007-10-02 Latvia LATVIA 2001-2006 Muscardinus avellanarius
2007-10-01 Czech Republic Species and Habitats Species questionnaire for Muscardinus avellanarius
2007-10-01 Poland Report on Implementation Measures Species questionnaire for Muscardinus avellanarius

Summary of derogations for species

EU member states are required to report derogations from protection efforts of species.

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Region From Until Justification Activity Impact
Jihozápad 2014-12-02 2020-12-31 nelze dopředu odhadnout, vyplývá z dílčích projektů schvalovaných pro každý rok Odchyt (kroužkování) nevýznamné
Jihozápad 2014-12-02 2020-12-31 nelze dopředu odhadnout, vyplývá z dílčích projektů schvalovaných pro každý rok Přeprava nevýznamné
Jihozápad 2014-12-02 2020-12-31 nelze dopředu odhadnout, vyplývá z dílčích projektů schvalovaných pro každý rok rušení jedinců nevýznamné
Jihozápad 2014-12-02 2020-12-31 nelze dopředu odhadnout, vyplývá z dílčích projektů schvalovaných pro každý rok Odchyt /lov se sítí nevýznamné
Jihozápad 2014-12-02 2020-12-31 nelze dopředu odhadnout, vyplývá z dílčích projektů schvalovaných pro každý rok Odchyt nevýznamné
Jihozápad 2014-11-19 2020--12-31 jedná se o rušení pozorovaných jedinců (Lynx lynx, Lutra lutra) a odchyt Muscardinus avellanarius a Sicista belulina, přesný počet jedinců nelze dopředu stanovit rušení jedinců U pozorování Lynx lynx a Lutra lutra se nepředpokládá žádné ovlivnění populace. Ojedinělé vyrušení několika jedinců nemá žádný vliv na populační dynamiku těchto druhů. U odchytů Muscardinus avellanarius a Sicista belina se bude jednat o kontrolní odlovy jedinců pro zjištění jejich přítomnosti na sledovaných lokalitách. Jedná se o živolovné pasti, kde nebude docházet ani ke zraňování jedinců. Odchytem těchto druhů do živolovných pastí s jejich zpětným vypuštěním nedojde k žádnému ovlivnění populací těchto druhů.
Jihozápad 2014-11-19 2020--12-31 jedná se o rušení pozorovaných jedinců (Lynx lynx, Lutra lutra) a odchyt Muscardinus avellanarius a Sicista belulina, přesný počet jedinců nelze dopředu stanovit Odchyt U pozorování Lynx lynx a Lutra lutra se nepředpokládá žádné ovlivnění populace. Ojedinělé vyrušení několika jedinců nemá žádný vliv na populační dynamiku těchto druhů. U odchytů Muscardinus avellanarius a Sicista belina se bude jednat o kontrolní odlovy jedinců pro zjištění jejich přítomnosti na sledovaných lokalitách. Jedná se o živolovné pasti, kde nebude docházet ani ke zraňování jedinců. Odchytem těchto druhů do živolovných pastí s jejich zpětným vypuštěním nedojde k žádnému ovlivnění populací těchto druhů.
Severovýchod 2014-06-18 2017-12-31 předpoklad - v řádu jedinců (oba druhy) Neúmyslné vyrušování nevýznamné - záměrem zasežena nevýznamná část místní populace, stanovena kompenzační opatření
Severovýchod 2014-04-08 2023-12-31 nelze předem odhadnout rušení nevýznamné
Lombardia 2014-01-01 2014-12-31 data not available Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Lombardia 2014-01-01 2014-12-31 data not available Marking and tissue sampling No evidence of a significant impact
Jihozápad 2013-12-27 2018-12-31 V závislosti na počtu nálezů jednotlivých živočichů při realizaci bitopů pro obojživelníky Přeprava žádné
Jihozápad 2013-12-27 2018-12-31 V závislosti na počtu nálezů jednotlivých živočichů při realizaci bitopů pro obojživelníky Odchyt žádné
Severovýchod 2013-12-12 2015-12-31 řádově jednotky jedinců až desítky jedinců Ničení míst rozmnožování nevýznamné
Severovýchod 2013-12-12 2015-12-31 řádově jednotky jedinců až desítky jedinců Ničení míst odpočinku nevýznamné
Severovýchod 2013-12-12 2015-12-31 řádově jednotky jedinců až desítky jedinců Úmyslné vyrušování v období přezimování nevýznamné
Severovýchod 2013-12-12 2015-12-31 řádově jednotky jedinců až desítky jedinců Úmyslné vyrušování v období migrace nevýznamné
Hessen 2013-10-08 2018-10-08 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Transport keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Hessen 2013-10-08 2018-10-08 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Fang keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Hessen 2013-10-08 2018-10-08 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Zerstörung von Fortpflanzungsstätten keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Hessen 2013-10-08 2018-10-08 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Fang zur Haltung in Gefangenschaft keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Germany 2013-09-19 2015-12-31 Die Bestimmung der Anzahl der durch die Bauarbeiten betroffenen Tiere ist nicht möglich. Tötung Verlagerung in die Umgebung
Germany 2013-09-19 2015-12-31 Die Bestimmung der Anzahl der durch die Bauarbeiten betroffenen Tiere ist nicht möglich. Zerstörung von Ruhestätten Verlagerung in die Umgebung
Germany 2013-09-19 2015-12-31 Die Bestimmung der Anzahl der durch die Bauarbeiten betroffenen Tiere ist nicht möglich. Beschädigung von Fortpflanzungsstätten Verlagerung in die Umgebung
Nordrhein-Westfalen 2013-09-19 2015-12-31 Die Bestimmung der Anzahl der durch die Bauarbeiten betroffenen Tiere ist nicht möglich. Tötung Verlagerung in die Umgebung
Nordrhein-Westfalen 2013-09-19 2015-12-31 Die Bestimmung der Anzahl der durch die Bauarbeiten betroffenen Tiere ist nicht möglich. Zerstörung von Ruhestätten Verlagerung in die Umgebung
Nordrhein-Westfalen 2013-09-19 2015-12-31 Die Bestimmung der Anzahl der durch die Bauarbeiten betroffenen Tiere ist nicht möglich. Beschädigung von Fortpflanzungsstätten Verlagerung in die Umgebung
Baden-Württemberg 2013-06-10 2015-10-31 Anzahl der Individuen nicht bekannt. Fang keine
Netherlands 2013-03-25 2017-12-31 No information available Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing The national conservation status of the species concerned is not affected, neither is the local population, as long as the activities are carried out in accordance with the conditions and measures that are bound to the exemption.
Netherlands 2013-03-25 2017-12-31 No information available Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation The national conservation status of the species concerned is not affected, neither is the local population, as long as the activities are carried out in accordance with the conditions and measures that are bound to the exemption.
Germany 2013-01-07 2013-12-31 Erlaubt wurde vorsorglich die Tötung einzelner Individuen bei Fortführung des Tagebau-Abbaus, die der vorhergegangenen Umsiedlung entgangen sind. Tötung Population im Abbaugebiet verlagert sich in die Rekultivierungsgebiete
Nordrhein-Westfalen 2013-01-07 2013-12-31 Erlaubt wurde vorsorglich die Tötung einzelner Individuen bei Fortführung des Tagebau-Abbaus, die der vorhergegangenen Umsiedlung entgangen sind. Tötung Population im Abbaugebiet verlagert sich in die Rekultivierungsgebiete
Lombardia 2013-01-01 2013-12-31 data not available Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Lombardia 2013-01-01 2013-12-31 data not available Marking and tissue sampling No evidence of a significant impact
Calabria 2013-01-01 2013-04-30 Number of individuals licensed unknown Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Calabria 2013-01-01 2013-04-30 Number of individuals licensed unknown Species identification, measurements, marking and following release No evidence of a significant impact
Sicilia 2013-01-01 2013-04-30 Number of individuals licensed unknown Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Sicilia 2013-01-01 2013-04-30 Number of individuals licensed unknown Species identification, measurements, marking and following release No evidence of a significant impact
Lazio 2013-01-01 2013-12-31 Licensed 200 individuals for each District for the period 2011/13 Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Lazio 2013-01-01 2013-12-31 Licensed 200 individuals for each District for the period 2011/13 Transport No evidence of a significant impact
Lazio 2013-01-01 2013-12-31 Licensed 200 individuals for each District for the period 2011/13 Measurement, marking with GPS, translocation No evidence of a significant impact
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-11-15 2012-12-14 Population density estimated at 1-3 individuals per hectare over 2 hectares. Temporary loss of habitat with low potential for Dormice. Capture Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14 September 2012 and email of 9 November 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Timber will be felled by hand in high risk areas and by machine in low risk areas, following hand search by a qualified dormouse ecologist. Timber will be hauled along a haul-route which has been searched and cleared, and stumps will be dug up and removed in low-risk areas. Connectivity will be maintained by working south to north to allow dormice to move. No survey possible – working under assumed (low) presence. No Dormice (or evidence of) were discovered during the works. Impact minimal.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-11-15 2012-12-14 Population density estimated at 1-3 individuals per hectare over 2 hectares. Temporary loss of habitat with low potential for Dormice. Deterioration of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14 September 2012 and email of 9 November 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Timber will be felled by hand in high risk areas and by machine in low risk areas, following hand search by a qualified dormouse ecologist. Timber will be hauled along a haul-route which has been searched and cleared, and stumps will be dug up and removed in low-risk areas. Connectivity will be maintained by working south to north to allow dormice to move. No survey possible – working under assumed (low) presence. No Dormice (or evidence of) were discovered during the works. Impact minimal.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-11-15 2012-12-14 Population density estimated at 1-3 individuals per hectare over 2 hectares. Temporary loss of habitat with low potential for Dormice. Deterioration of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14 September 2012 and email of 9 November 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Timber will be felled by hand in high risk areas and by machine in low risk areas, following hand search by a qualified dormouse ecologist. Timber will be hauled along a haul-route which has been searched and cleared, and stumps will be dug up and removed in low-risk areas. Connectivity will be maintained by working south to north to allow dormice to move. No survey possible – working under assumed (low) presence. No Dormice (or evidence of) were discovered during the works. Impact minimal.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-11-15 2012-12-14 Population density estimated at 1-3 individuals per hectare over 2 hectares. Temporary loss of habitat with low potential for Dormice. Destruction of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14 September 2012 and email of 9 November 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Timber will be felled by hand in high risk areas and by machine in low risk areas, following hand search by a qualified dormouse ecologist. Timber will be hauled along a haul-route which has been searched and cleared, and stumps will be dug up and removed in low-risk areas. Connectivity will be maintained by working south to north to allow dormice to move. No survey possible – working under assumed (low) presence. No Dormice (or evidence of) were discovered during the works. Impact minimal.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-11-15 2012-12-14 Population density estimated at 1-3 individuals per hectare over 2 hectares. Temporary loss of habitat with low potential for Dormice. Destruction of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14 September 2012 and email of 9 November 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Timber will be felled by hand in high risk areas and by machine in low risk areas, following hand search by a qualified dormouse ecologist. Timber will be hauled along a haul-route which has been searched and cleared, and stumps will be dug up and removed in low-risk areas. Connectivity will be maintained by working south to north to allow dormice to move. No survey possible – working under assumed (low) presence. No Dormice (or evidence of) were discovered during the works. Impact minimal.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-11-15 2012-12-14 Population density estimated at 1-3 individuals per hectare over 2 hectares. Temporary loss of habitat with low potential for Dormice. Transport Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14 September 2012 and email of 9 November 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Timber will be felled by hand in high risk areas and by machine in low risk areas, following hand search by a qualified dormouse ecologist. Timber will be hauled along a haul-route which has been searched and cleared, and stumps will be dug up and removed in low-risk areas. Connectivity will be maintained by working south to north to allow dormice to move. No survey possible – working under assumed (low) presence. No Dormice (or evidence of) were discovered during the works. Impact minimal.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-11-15 2012-12-14 Population density estimated at 1-3 individuals per hectare over 2 hectares. Temporary loss of habitat with low potential for Dormice. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14 September 2012 and email of 9 November 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Timber will be felled by hand in high risk areas and by machine in low risk areas, following hand search by a qualified dormouse ecologist. Timber will be hauled along a haul-route which has been searched and cleared, and stumps will be dug up and removed in low-risk areas. Connectivity will be maintained by working south to north to allow dormice to move. No survey possible – working under assumed (low) presence. No Dormice (or evidence of) were discovered during the works. Impact minimal.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-09-17 2012-10-31 Maximum 5 individuals. Capture Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 10 September 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Before the work commences all suitable areas of habitat will be mapped and noted as either high or low quality. Progressive clearance of narrow strips of vegetation will then be undertaken to gradually move any dormice out of the area as it becomes gradually unsuitable. All clearance work undertaken in high quality habitat areas will be complemented by hand searches undertaken by trained ecologists. 50 nest boxes will be provided as mitigation for habitat loss. Up to 5 dormice may be affected, based on assumed presence only – no disturbance is actually anticipated. No Dormice were discovered during works, although works may have destroyed breeding/resting places.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-09-17 2012-10-31 Maximum 5 individuals. Deterioration of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 10 September 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Before the work commences all suitable areas of habitat will be mapped and noted as either high or low quality. Progressive clearance of narrow strips of vegetation will then be undertaken to gradually move any dormice out of the area as it becomes gradually unsuitable. All clearance work undertaken in high quality habitat areas will be complemented by hand searches undertaken by trained ecologists. 50 nest boxes will be provided as mitigation for habitat loss. Up to 5 dormice may be affected, based on assumed presence only – no disturbance is actually anticipated. No Dormice were discovered during works, although works may have destroyed breeding/resting places.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-09-17 2012-10-31 Maximum 5 individuals. Deterioration of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 10 September 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Before the work commences all suitable areas of habitat will be mapped and noted as either high or low quality. Progressive clearance of narrow strips of vegetation will then be undertaken to gradually move any dormice out of the area as it becomes gradually unsuitable. All clearance work undertaken in high quality habitat areas will be complemented by hand searches undertaken by trained ecologists. 50 nest boxes will be provided as mitigation for habitat loss. Up to 5 dormice may be affected, based on assumed presence only – no disturbance is actually anticipated. No Dormice were discovered during works, although works may have destroyed breeding/resting places.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-09-17 2012-10-31 Maximum 5 individuals. Destruction of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 10 September 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Before the work commences all suitable areas of habitat will be mapped and noted as either high or low quality. Progressive clearance of narrow strips of vegetation will then be undertaken to gradually move any dormice out of the area as it becomes gradually unsuitable. All clearance work undertaken in high quality habitat areas will be complemented by hand searches undertaken by trained ecologists. 50 nest boxes will be provided as mitigation for habitat loss. Up to 5 dormice may be affected, based on assumed presence only – no disturbance is actually anticipated. No Dormice were discovered during works, although works may have destroyed breeding/resting places.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-09-17 2012-10-31 Maximum 5 individuals. Destruction of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 10 September 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Before the work commences all suitable areas of habitat will be mapped and noted as either high or low quality. Progressive clearance of narrow strips of vegetation will then be undertaken to gradually move any dormice out of the area as it becomes gradually unsuitable. All clearance work undertaken in high quality habitat areas will be complemented by hand searches undertaken by trained ecologists. 50 nest boxes will be provided as mitigation for habitat loss. Up to 5 dormice may be affected, based on assumed presence only – no disturbance is actually anticipated. No Dormice were discovered during works, although works may have destroyed breeding/resting places.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-09-17 2012-10-31 Maximum 5 individuals. Transport Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 10 September 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Before the work commences all suitable areas of habitat will be mapped and noted as either high or low quality. Progressive clearance of narrow strips of vegetation will then be undertaken to gradually move any dormice out of the area as it becomes gradually unsuitable. All clearance work undertaken in high quality habitat areas will be complemented by hand searches undertaken by trained ecologists. 50 nest boxes will be provided as mitigation for habitat loss. Up to 5 dormice may be affected, based on assumed presence only – no disturbance is actually anticipated. No Dormice were discovered during works, although works may have destroyed breeding/resting places.
Lombardia 2012-06-07 2012-12-31 data not available Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Lombardia 2012-06-07 2012-12-31 data not available Marking and tissue sampling No evidence of a significant impact
East Wales 2012-04-01 2012-05-31 Numbers are unknown, but are expected to be low as the site represents sub-optimal habitat for the species. A single nut showing evidence of being chewed by a Dormouse has been found in a survey. Deterioration of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email 08/09/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact low. No dormice were discovered, although the possibility of disturbance cannot be ruled out. However, the works represent a net gain of dormouse habitat at the site, thus improving the prospects of the species. The area is to be restocked with broadleaved trees. Nest boxes have been provided and monitoring will be undertaken.
East Wales 2012-04-01 2012-05-31 Numbers are unknown, but are expected to be low as the site represents sub-optimal habitat for the species. A single nut showing evidence of being chewed by a Dormouse has been found in a survey. Deterioration of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email 08/09/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact low. No dormice were discovered, although the possibility of disturbance cannot be ruled out. However, the works represent a net gain of dormouse habitat at the site, thus improving the prospects of the species. The area is to be restocked with broadleaved trees. Nest boxes have been provided and monitoring will be undertaken.
East Wales 2012-04-01 2012-05-31 Numbers are unknown, but are expected to be low as the site represents sub-optimal habitat for the species. A single nut showing evidence of being chewed by a Dormouse has been found in a survey. Destruction of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email 08/09/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact low. No dormice were discovered, although the possibility of disturbance cannot be ruled out. However, the works represent a net gain of dormouse habitat at the site, thus improving the prospects of the species. The area is to be restocked with broadleaved trees. Nest boxes have been provided and monitoring will be undertaken.
East Wales 2012-04-01 2012-05-31 Numbers are unknown, but are expected to be low as the site represents sub-optimal habitat for the species. A single nut showing evidence of being chewed by a Dormouse has been found in a survey. Destruction of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email 08/09/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact low. No dormice were discovered, although the possibility of disturbance cannot be ruled out. However, the works represent a net gain of dormouse habitat at the site, thus improving the prospects of the species. The area is to be restocked with broadleaved trees. Nest boxes have been provided and monitoring will be undertaken.
East Wales 2012-04-01 2012-05-31 Numbers are unknown, but are expected to be low as the site represents sub-optimal habitat for the species. A single nut showing evidence of being chewed by a Dormouse has been found in a survey. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email 08/09/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact low. No dormice were discovered, although the possibility of disturbance cannot be ruled out. However, the works represent a net gain of dormouse habitat at the site, thus improving the prospects of the species. The area is to be restocked with broadleaved trees. Nest boxes have been provided and monitoring will be undertaken.
East Wales 2012-04-01 2012-05-31 Numbers are unknown, but are expected to be low as the site represents sub-optimal habitat for the species. A single nut showing evidence of being chewed by a Dormouse has been found in a survey. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email 08/09/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact low. No dormice were discovered, although the possibility of disturbance cannot be ruled out. However, the works represent a net gain of dormouse habitat at the site, thus improving the prospects of the species. The area is to be restocked with broadleaved trees. Nest boxes have been provided and monitoring will be undertaken.
East Wales 2012-02-24 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Deterioration of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email of 8 February 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2012-02-24 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Deterioration of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email of 8 February 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2012-02-24 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Destruction of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email of 8 February 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2012-02-24 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Destruction of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email of 8 February 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2012-02-24 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email of 8 February 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2012-02-24 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email of 8 February 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2012-02-24 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 and email of 8 February 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-02-13 2012-07-31 Surveys in 2010 found healthy populations at the locations covered by this licence. Number of possible breeding and resting sites cannot be reliably estimated. Capture Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 17 January 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. 6 permanent nest boxes will be provided and vegetation removed prior to the start of works. All coppicing will be sensitively done using hand tools under watching brief by ecologist. Some debris will be retained as log piles to enhance the habitat and provide safe hibernation locations for any dormice found during works. Coppiced stools will be dug up no earlier than May 2012. There will be no permanent loss of habitat as these areas will be allowed to return to their former state once the new pipeline has been installed. Short term impacts include possible disturbance, but the medium to long term impacts will be negligable, or even positive. No Dormice were discovered during the works.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-02-13 2012-07-31 Surveys in 2010 found healthy populations at the locations covered by this licence. Number of possible breeding and resting sites cannot be reliably estimated. Deterioration of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 17 January 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. 6 permanent nest boxes will be provided and vegetation removed prior to the start of works. All coppicing will be sensitively done using hand tools under watching brief by ecologist. Some debris will be retained as log piles to enhance the habitat and provide safe hibernation locations for any dormice found during works. Coppiced stools will be dug up no earlier than May 2012. There will be no permanent loss of habitat as these areas will be allowed to return to their former state once the new pipeline has been installed. Short term impacts include possible disturbance, but the medium to long term impacts will be negligable, or even positive. No Dormice were discovered during the works.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-02-13 2012-07-31 Surveys in 2010 found healthy populations at the locations covered by this licence. Number of possible breeding and resting sites cannot be reliably estimated. Deterioration of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 17 January 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. 6 permanent nest boxes will be provided and vegetation removed prior to the start of works. All coppicing will be sensitively done using hand tools under watching brief by ecologist. Some debris will be retained as log piles to enhance the habitat and provide safe hibernation locations for any dormice found during works. Coppiced stools will be dug up no earlier than May 2012. There will be no permanent loss of habitat as these areas will be allowed to return to their former state once the new pipeline has been installed. Short term impacts include possible disturbance, but the medium to long term impacts will be negligable, or even positive. No Dormice were discovered during the works.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-02-13 2012-07-31 Surveys in 2010 found healthy populations at the locations covered by this licence. Number of possible breeding and resting sites cannot be reliably estimated. Destruction of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 17 January 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. 6 permanent nest boxes will be provided and vegetation removed prior to the start of works. All coppicing will be sensitively done using hand tools under watching brief by ecologist. Some debris will be retained as log piles to enhance the habitat and provide safe hibernation locations for any dormice found during works. Coppiced stools will be dug up no earlier than May 2012. There will be no permanent loss of habitat as these areas will be allowed to return to their former state once the new pipeline has been installed. Short term impacts include possible disturbance, but the medium to long term impacts will be negligable, or even positive. No Dormice were discovered during the works.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-02-13 2012-07-31 Surveys in 2010 found healthy populations at the locations covered by this licence. Number of possible breeding and resting sites cannot be reliably estimated. Destruction of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 17 January 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. 6 permanent nest boxes will be provided and vegetation removed prior to the start of works. All coppicing will be sensitively done using hand tools under watching brief by ecologist. Some debris will be retained as log piles to enhance the habitat and provide safe hibernation locations for any dormice found during works. Coppiced stools will be dug up no earlier than May 2012. There will be no permanent loss of habitat as these areas will be allowed to return to their former state once the new pipeline has been installed. Short term impacts include possible disturbance, but the medium to long term impacts will be negligable, or even positive. No Dormice were discovered during the works.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-02-13 2012-07-31 Surveys in 2010 found healthy populations at the locations covered by this licence. Number of possible breeding and resting sites cannot be reliably estimated. Transport Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 17 January 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. 6 permanent nest boxes will be provided and vegetation removed prior to the start of works. All coppicing will be sensitively done using hand tools under watching brief by ecologist. Some debris will be retained as log piles to enhance the habitat and provide safe hibernation locations for any dormice found during works. Coppiced stools will be dug up no earlier than May 2012. There will be no permanent loss of habitat as these areas will be allowed to return to their former state once the new pipeline has been installed. Short term impacts include possible disturbance, but the medium to long term impacts will be negligable, or even positive. No Dormice were discovered during the works.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-02-13 2012-07-31 Surveys in 2010 found healthy populations at the locations covered by this licence. Number of possible breeding and resting sites cannot be reliably estimated. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 17 January 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. 6 permanent nest boxes will be provided and vegetation removed prior to the start of works. All coppicing will be sensitively done using hand tools under watching brief by ecologist. Some debris will be retained as log piles to enhance the habitat and provide safe hibernation locations for any dormice found during works. Coppiced stools will be dug up no earlier than May 2012. There will be no permanent loss of habitat as these areas will be allowed to return to their former state once the new pipeline has been installed. Short term impacts include possible disturbance, but the medium to long term impacts will be negligable, or even positive. No Dormice were discovered during the works.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-02-13 2012-07-31 Surveys in 2010 found healthy populations at the locations covered by this licence. Number of possible breeding and resting sites cannot be reliably estimated. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 17 January 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. 6 permanent nest boxes will be provided and vegetation removed prior to the start of works. All coppicing will be sensitively done using hand tools under watching brief by ecologist. Some debris will be retained as log piles to enhance the habitat and provide safe hibernation locations for any dormice found during works. Coppiced stools will be dug up no earlier than May 2012. There will be no permanent loss of habitat as these areas will be allowed to return to their former state once the new pipeline has been installed. Short term impacts include possible disturbance, but the medium to long term impacts will be negligable, or even positive. No Dormice were discovered during the works.
West Wales and The Valleys 2012-02-13 2012-07-31 Surveys in 2010 found healthy populations at the locations covered by this licence. Number of possible breeding and resting sites cannot be reliably estimated. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 17 January 2012 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. 6 permanent nest boxes will be provided and vegetation removed prior to the start of works. All coppicing will be sensitively done using hand tools under watching brief by ecologist. Some debris will be retained as log piles to enhance the habitat and provide safe hibernation locations for any dormice found during works. Coppiced stools will be dug up no earlier than May 2012. There will be no permanent loss of habitat as these areas will be allowed to return to their former state once the new pipeline has been installed. Short term impacts include possible disturbance, but the medium to long term impacts will be negligable, or even positive. No Dormice were discovered during the works.
Calabria 2012-01-01 2012-12-31 Number of individuals licensed unknown Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Calabria 2012-01-01 2012-12-31 Number of individuals licensed unknown Species identification, measurements, marking and following release No evidence of a significant impact
Sicilia 2012-01-01 2012-12-31 Number of individuals licensed unknown Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Sicilia 2012-01-01 2012-12-31 Number of individuals licensed unknown Species identification, measurements, marking and following release No evidence of a significant impact
Lazio 2012-01-01 2012-12-31 Licensed 200 individuals for each District for the period 2011/13 Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Lazio 2012-01-01 2012-12-31 Licensed 200 individuals for each District for the period 2011/13 Transport No evidence of a significant impact
Lazio 2012-01-01 2012-12-31 Licensed 200 individuals for each District for the period 2011/13 Measurement, marking with GPS, translocation No evidence of a significant impact
Lazio 2011-11-30 2011-12-31 Licensed 200 individuals for each District for the period 2011/13 Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Lazio 2011-11-30 2011-12-31 Licensed 200 individuals for each District for the period 2011/13 Transport No evidence of a significant impact
Lazio 2011-11-30 2011-12-31 Licensed 200 individuals for each District for the period 2011/13 Measurement, marking with GPS, translocation No evidence of a significant impact
East Wales 2011-11-29 2012-10-31 A supposed maximum of 5 individuals is given, although accurate estimates are very difficult. Deterioration of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their email of 24/11/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Disturbance will be a short term impact of the project. It is unlikely that significant numbers of dormice will be affected as the site urrently represents sub-optimal habitat. Long term impacts will be positive. Changes to vegetation cover will enhance this site, improving its favourability to dormice.
East Wales 2011-11-29 2012-10-31 A supposed maximum of 5 individuals is given, although accurate estimates are very difficult. Deterioration of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their email of 24/11/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Disturbance will be a short term impact of the project. It is unlikely that significant numbers of dormice will be affected as the site urrently represents sub-optimal habitat. Long term impacts will be positive. Changes to vegetation cover will enhance this site, improving its favourability to dormice.
East Wales 2011-11-29 2012-10-31 A supposed maximum of 5 individuals is given, although accurate estimates are very difficult. Destruction of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their email of 24/11/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Disturbance will be a short term impact of the project. It is unlikely that significant numbers of dormice will be affected as the site urrently represents sub-optimal habitat. Long term impacts will be positive. Changes to vegetation cover will enhance this site, improving its favourability to dormice.
East Wales 2011-11-29 2012-10-31 A supposed maximum of 5 individuals is given, although accurate estimates are very difficult. Destruction of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their email of 24/11/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Disturbance will be a short term impact of the project. It is unlikely that significant numbers of dormice will be affected as the site urrently represents sub-optimal habitat. Long term impacts will be positive. Changes to vegetation cover will enhance this site, improving its favourability to dormice.
East Wales 2011-11-29 2012-10-31 A supposed maximum of 5 individuals is given, although accurate estimates are very difficult. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their email of 24/11/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Disturbance will be a short term impact of the project. It is unlikely that significant numbers of dormice will be affected as the site urrently represents sub-optimal habitat. Long term impacts will be positive. Changes to vegetation cover will enhance this site, improving its favourability to dormice.
East Wales 2011-11-29 2012-10-31 A supposed maximum of 5 individuals is given, although accurate estimates are very difficult. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their email of 24/11/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Disturbance will be a short term impact of the project. It is unlikely that significant numbers of dormice will be affected as the site urrently represents sub-optimal habitat. Long term impacts will be positive. Changes to vegetation cover will enhance this site, improving its favourability to dormice.
East Wales 2011-11-29 2012-10-31 A supposed maximum of 5 individuals is given, although accurate estimates are very difficult. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their email of 24/11/11 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Disturbance will be a short term impact of the project. It is unlikely that significant numbers of dormice will be affected as the site urrently represents sub-optimal habitat. Long term impacts will be positive. Changes to vegetation cover will enhance this site, improving its favourability to dormice.
Lódzkie 2011-09-30 2013-09-30 From 5 to 150 specimens depanding on species. Capture None.
Malopolskie 2011-09-30 2013-09-30 From 5 to 150 specimens depanding on species. Capture None.
Lubelskie 2011-09-30 2013-09-30 From 5 to 150 specimens depanding on species. Capture None.
Wielkopolskie 2011-09-30 2013-09-30 From 5 to 150 specimens depanding on species. Capture None.
East Wales 2011-09-01 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Deterioration of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2011-09-01 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Deterioration of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2011-09-01 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Destruction of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2011-09-01 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Destruction of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2011-09-01 2012-05-31 Application based on the presumed presence of Dormice. Most recent record in the area 2004. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 27 May 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. No Dormice were encountered during the works. It is possible that some disturbance occurred, but given that no signs of Dormice were seen it is likely that any disturbance only affected a small number of individuals. Short term impact therefore low. Long term impact positive as thinning has increased light levels in the woodland, thus increasing biodiversity. Allowing the shrub layer to develop by the removal of large conifers represents an improvement to the habitat for Dormice at this site.
East Wales 2011-07-13 2011-12-31 Dormice known to be present, but accurate estimate of numbers not possible. Deterioration of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales confirm in email dated 2 June 2011 that the proposed works will not be detrimental to the favourable conservation status of Dormice. Dormouse habitat both disturbed and lost. Mitigation includes new habitat creation- a new planting scheme and provision of nest boxes.
East Wales 2011-07-13 2011-12-31 Dormice known to be present, but accurate estimate of numbers not possible. Deterioration of resting places Countryside Council for Wales confirm in email dated 2 June 2011 that the proposed works will not be detrimental to the favourable conservation status of Dormice. Dormouse habitat both disturbed and lost. Mitigation includes new habitat creation- a new planting scheme and provision of nest boxes.
East Wales 2011-07-13 2011-12-31 Dormice known to be present, but accurate estimate of numbers not possible. Destruction of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales confirm in email dated 2 June 2011 that the proposed works will not be detrimental to the favourable conservation status of Dormice. Dormouse habitat both disturbed and lost. Mitigation includes new habitat creation- a new planting scheme and provision of nest boxes.
East Wales 2011-07-13 2011-12-31 Dormice known to be present, but accurate estimate of numbers not possible. Destruction of resting places Countryside Council for Wales confirm in email dated 2 June 2011 that the proposed works will not be detrimental to the favourable conservation status of Dormice. Dormouse habitat both disturbed and lost. Mitigation includes new habitat creation- a new planting scheme and provision of nest boxes.
East Wales 2011-07-13 2011-12-31 Dormice known to be present, but accurate estimate of numbers not possible. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Countryside Council for Wales confirm in email dated 2 June 2011 that the proposed works will not be detrimental to the favourable conservation status of Dormice. Dormouse habitat both disturbed and lost. Mitigation includes new habitat creation- a new planting scheme and provision of nest boxes.
East Wales 2011-07-13 2011-12-31 Dormice known to be present, but accurate estimate of numbers not possible. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Countryside Council for Wales confirm in email dated 2 June 2011 that the proposed works will not be detrimental to the favourable conservation status of Dormice. Dormouse habitat both disturbed and lost. Mitigation includes new habitat creation- a new planting scheme and provision of nest boxes.
East Wales 2011-07-13 2011-12-31 Dormice known to be present, but accurate estimate of numbers not possible. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Countryside Council for Wales confirm in email dated 2 June 2011 that the proposed works will not be detrimental to the favourable conservation status of Dormice. Dormouse habitat both disturbed and lost. Mitigation includes new habitat creation- a new planting scheme and provision of nest boxes.
Poitou-Charentes 2011-05-31 2013-12-31 selon les captures réalisées Capture pour équiper d'un transpondeur Bilan : 11 séances de capture et pose de 80 nichoirs artificiels. Aucune capture bien que quelques nids naturels ont été observés dans les ronciers.
Poitou-Charentes 2011-05-31 2013-12-31 selon les captures réalisées Capture pour équiper d'un transpondeur Bilan : 11 séances de capture et pose de 80 nichoirs artificiels. Aucune capture bien que quelques nids naturels ont été observés dans les ronciers.
East Wales 2011-04-27 2011-05-31 The population size is unknown. However, there are recent records of Dormice at the site (2004). In most cases, the areas to be worked are not favourable for Dormice as they are dominated by conifer species, so numbers affected are expected to be relatively low. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 10th August 2010 and email 19th April 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the Dormice if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Actually taken data could not be accurately determined given the nature of the work. Relatively low impact given that habitat to be disturbed is not favoured by Dormice.
East Wales 2011-04-27 2011-05-31 The population size is unknown. However, there are recent records of Dormice at the site (2004). In most cases, the areas to be worked are not favourable for Dormice as they are dominated by conifer species, so numbers affected are expected to be relatively low. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 10th August 2010 and email 19th April 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the Dormice if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Actually taken data could not be accurately determined given the nature of the work. Relatively low impact given that habitat to be disturbed is not favoured by Dormice.
East Wales 2011-04-04 2012-04-30 Numbers of Dormice not known. Applicaion based on known presence of Dormice in surrounding area. Deterioration of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 21st March 201 , that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impacts will be minimised by halting works during the breeding period.
East Wales 2011-04-04 2012-04-30 Numbers of Dormice not known. Applicaion based on known presence of Dormice in surrounding area. Deterioration of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 21st March 201 , that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impacts will be minimised by halting works during the breeding period.
East Wales 2011-04-04 2012-04-30 Numbers of Dormice not known. Applicaion based on known presence of Dormice in surrounding area. Destruction of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 21st March 201 , that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impacts will be minimised by halting works during the breeding period.
East Wales 2011-04-04 2012-04-30 Numbers of Dormice not known. Applicaion based on known presence of Dormice in surrounding area. Destruction of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 21st March 201 , that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impacts will be minimised by halting works during the breeding period.
East Wales 2011-04-04 2012-04-30 Numbers of Dormice not known. Applicaion based on known presence of Dormice in surrounding area. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 21st March 201 , that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impacts will be minimised by halting works during the breeding period.
East Wales 2011-04-04 2012-04-30 Numbers of Dormice not known. Applicaion based on known presence of Dormice in surrounding area. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 21st March 201 , that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impacts will be minimised by halting works during the breeding period.
East Wales 2011-04-04 2012-04-30 Numbers of Dormice not known. Applicaion based on known presence of Dormice in surrounding area. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 21st March 201 , that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the European Protected Species if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impacts will be minimised by halting works during the breeding period.
East Wales 2011-03-01 2011-03-31 Population unknown. Most recent record of Dormice in area 2003. Deterioration of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14th October 2010, and subsequent email of 18th February 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the EPS if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact will be minimised by avoiding key breeding and hibernation periods. The areas to be felled are mostly low favourability. Impact should therefore by low. Longer term impacts may be positive, as felling trees will encourage the growth of a shrub layer- thus providing more suitable habitat for dormice. Nesting boxes will also be provided as mitigation. No dormice were found during the works.
East Wales 2011-03-01 2011-03-31 Population unknown. Most recent record of Dormice in area 2003. Deterioration of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14th October 2010, and subsequent email of 18th February 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the EPS if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact will be minimised by avoiding key breeding and hibernation periods. The areas to be felled are mostly low favourability. Impact should therefore by low. Longer term impacts may be positive, as felling trees will encourage the growth of a shrub layer- thus providing more suitable habitat for dormice. Nesting boxes will also be provided as mitigation. No dormice were found during the works.
East Wales 2011-03-01 2011-03-31 Population unknown. Most recent record of Dormice in area 2003. Destruction of breeding sites Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14th October 2010, and subsequent email of 18th February 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the EPS if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact will be minimised by avoiding key breeding and hibernation periods. The areas to be felled are mostly low favourability. Impact should therefore by low. Longer term impacts may be positive, as felling trees will encourage the growth of a shrub layer- thus providing more suitable habitat for dormice. Nesting boxes will also be provided as mitigation. No dormice were found during the works.
East Wales 2011-03-01 2011-03-31 Population unknown. Most recent record of Dormice in area 2003. Destruction of resting places Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14th October 2010, and subsequent email of 18th February 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the EPS if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact will be minimised by avoiding key breeding and hibernation periods. The areas to be felled are mostly low favourability. Impact should therefore by low. Longer term impacts may be positive, as felling trees will encourage the growth of a shrub layer- thus providing more suitable habitat for dormice. Nesting boxes will also be provided as mitigation. No dormice were found during the works.
East Wales 2011-03-01 2011-03-31 Population unknown. Most recent record of Dormice in area 2003. Disturbance Countryside Council for Wales have confirmed in their letter of 14th October 2010, and subsequent email of 18th February 2011 that the proposed development will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the EPS if the proposed methodology and monitoring arrangements are applied. Impact will be minimised by avoiding key breeding and hibernation periods. The areas to be felled are mostly low favourability. Impact should therefore by low. Longer term impacts may be positive, as felling trees will encourage the growth of a shrub layer- thus providing more suitable habitat for dormice. Nesting boxes will also be provided as mitigation. No dormice were found during the works.
East Wales 2011-02-25 2011-04-30 Very limited evidence of presence of dormice. Therefore number of individuals unknown, but almost certainly low. Capture The favourable conservation status of dormice in the area will be maintained. The area of habitat to be cleared is small, and considered to be of very poor quality given its proximity to the carriageway. Therefore the loss of this habitat will have a negligable effect on the population of dormice. The provision of nest boxes as part of a monitoring programme will provide additional nesting opportunities for dormice on the verge of the A48. No dormice were found during hand search.
East Wales 2011-02-25 2011-04-30 Very limited evidence of presence of dormice. Therefore number of individuals unknown, but almost certainly low. Deterioration of breeding sites The favourable conservation status of dormice in the area will be maintained. The area of habitat to be cleared is small, and considered to be of very poor quality given its proximity to the carriageway. Therefore the loss of this habitat will have a negligable effect on the population of dormice. The provision of nest boxes as part of a monitoring programme will provide additional nesting opportunities for dormice on the verge of the A48. No dormice were found during hand search.
East Wales 2011-02-25 2011-04-30 Very limited evidence of presence of dormice. Therefore number of individuals unknown, but almost certainly low. Deterioration of resting places The favourable conservation status of dormice in the area will be maintained. The area of habitat to be cleared is small, and considered to be of very poor quality given its proximity to the carriageway. Therefore the loss of this habitat will have a negligable effect on the population of dormice. The provision of nest boxes as part of a monitoring programme will provide additional nesting opportunities for dormice on the verge of the A48. No dormice were found during hand search.
East Wales 2011-02-25 2011-04-30 Very limited evidence of presence of dormice. Therefore number of individuals unknown, but almost certainly low. Destruction of breeding sites The favourable conservation status of dormice in the area will be maintained. The area of habitat to be cleared is small, and considered to be of very poor quality given its proximity to the carriageway. Therefore the loss of this habitat will have a negligable effect on the population of dormice. The provision of nest boxes as part of a monitoring programme will provide additional nesting opportunities for dormice on the verge of the A48. No dormice were found during hand search.
East Wales 2011-02-25 2011-04-30 Very limited evidence of presence of dormice. Therefore number of individuals unknown, but almost certainly low. Destruction of resting places The favourable conservation status of dormice in the area will be maintained. The area of habitat to be cleared is small, and considered to be of very poor quality given its proximity to the carriageway. Therefore the loss of this habitat will have a negligable effect on the population of dormice. The provision of nest boxes as part of a monitoring programme will provide additional nesting opportunities for dormice on the verge of the A48. No dormice were found during hand search.
East Wales 2011-02-25 2011-04-30 Very limited evidence of presence of dormice. Therefore number of individuals unknown, but almost certainly low. Transport The favourable conservation status of dormice in the area will be maintained. The area of habitat to be cleared is small, and considered to be of very poor quality given its proximity to the carriageway. Therefore the loss of this habitat will have a negligable effect on the population of dormice. The provision of nest boxes as part of a monitoring programme will provide additional nesting opportunities for dormice on the verge of the A48. No dormice were found during hand search.
East Wales 2011-02-25 2011-04-30 Very limited evidence of presence of dormice. Therefore number of individuals unknown, but almost certainly low. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation The favourable conservation status of dormice in the area will be maintained. The area of habitat to be cleared is small, and considered to be of very poor quality given its proximity to the carriageway. Therefore the loss of this habitat will have a negligable effect on the population of dormice. The provision of nest boxes as part of a monitoring programme will provide additional nesting opportunities for dormice on the verge of the A48. No dormice were found during hand search.
Calabria 2011-01-01 2011-12-31 Number of individuals licensed unknown Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Calabria 2011-01-01 2011-12-31 Number of individuals licensed unknown Species identification, measurements, marking and following release No evidence of a significant impact
Sicilia 2011-01-01 2011-12-31 Number of individuals licensed unknown Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Sicilia 2011-01-01 2011-12-31 Number of individuals licensed unknown Species identification, measurements, marking and following release No evidence of a significant impact
United Kingdom 2010-10-21 2011-03-31 There were no dormouse encountered during the work and there are no records of dormice in the area that was to be felled. However, this woodland is connected to Craig yr Aber woodland where there are records of dormice, therefore a licence was required. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. The majority of area felled was identified as low favourability for dormice. These works will improve the habitat for dormice. It is hoped that through this felling the sites that were originally unfavourable for dormice will increase in favourability to support the current population of dormice in the woodland.
United Kingdom 2010-10-21 2011-03-31 There were no dormouse encountered during the work and there are no records of dormice in the area that was to be felled. However, this woodland is connected to Craig yr Aber woodland where there are records of dormice, therefore a licence was required. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. The majority of area felled was identified as low favourability for dormice. These works will improve the habitat for dormice. It is hoped that through this felling the sites that were originally unfavourable for dormice will increase in favourability to support the current population of dormice in the woodland.
United Kingdom 2010-10-21 2011-03-31 There were no dormouse encountered during the work and there are no records of dormice in the area that was to be felled. However, this woodland is connected to Craig yr Aber woodland where there are records of dormice, therefore a licence was required. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. The majority of area felled was identified as low favourability for dormice. These works will improve the habitat for dormice. It is hoped that through this felling the sites that were originally unfavourable for dormice will increase in favourability to support the current population of dormice in the woodland.
United Kingdom 2010-10-21 2011-03-31 There were no dormouse encountered during the work and there are no records of dormice in the area that was to be felled. However, this woodland is connected to Craig yr Aber woodland where there are records of dormice, therefore a licence was required. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. The majority of area felled was identified as low favourability for dormice. These works will improve the habitat for dormice. It is hoped that through this felling the sites that were originally unfavourable for dormice will increase in favourability to support the current population of dormice in the woodland.
United Kingdom 2010-10-21 2011-03-31 There were no dormouse encountered during the work and there are no records of dormice in the area that was to be felled. However, this woodland is connected to Craig yr Aber woodland where there are records of dormice, therefore a licence was required. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. The majority of area felled was identified as low favourability for dormice. These works will improve the habitat for dormice. It is hoped that through this felling the sites that were originally unfavourable for dormice will increase in favourability to support the current population of dormice in the woodland.
United Kingdom 2010-10-21 2011-03-31 There were no dormouse encountered during the work and there are no records of dormice in the area that was to be felled. However, this woodland is connected to Craig yr Aber woodland where there are records of dormice, therefore a licence was required. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. The majority of area felled was identified as low favourability for dormice. These works will improve the habitat for dormice. It is hoped that through this felling the sites that were originally unfavourable for dormice will increase in favourability to support the current population of dormice in the woodland.
United Kingdom 2010-09-10 2010-10-31 The area of licenced work will be 1ha in total. Both woodlands add up to 400ha in size. Therefore the area that work will take place amounts to 0.25% of the total are of habitat. This work will affect a very small proportion of animals in the woodland. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. However, the work will be carried out at a time that will have a minimum adverse affect on the favourable conservation status of the species. Some of the material removed will be cut up and left in the wood to provide deadwood habitat piles, thus enhancing the environment for the species in the future.
United Kingdom 2010-09-10 2010-10-31 The area of licenced work will be 1ha in total. Both woodlands add up to 400ha in size. Therefore the area that work will take place amounts to 0.25% of the total are of habitat. This work will affect a very small proportion of animals in the woodland. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. However, the work will be carried out at a time that will have a minimum adverse affect on the favourable conservation status of the species. Some of the material removed will be cut up and left in the wood to provide deadwood habitat piles, thus enhancing the environment for the species in the future.
United Kingdom 2010-09-10 2010-10-31 The area of licenced work will be 1ha in total. Both woodlands add up to 400ha in size. Therefore the area that work will take place amounts to 0.25% of the total are of habitat. This work will affect a very small proportion of animals in the woodland. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. However, the work will be carried out at a time that will have a minimum adverse affect on the favourable conservation status of the species. Some of the material removed will be cut up and left in the wood to provide deadwood habitat piles, thus enhancing the environment for the species in the future.
United Kingdom 2010-09-10 2010-10-31 The area of licenced work will be 1ha in total. Both woodlands add up to 400ha in size. Therefore the area that work will take place amounts to 0.25% of the total are of habitat. This work will affect a very small proportion of animals in the woodland. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. However, the work will be carried out at a time that will have a minimum adverse affect on the favourable conservation status of the species. Some of the material removed will be cut up and left in the wood to provide deadwood habitat piles, thus enhancing the environment for the species in the future.
United Kingdom 2010-09-10 2010-10-31 The area of licenced work will be 1ha in total. Both woodlands add up to 400ha in size. Therefore the area that work will take place amounts to 0.25% of the total are of habitat. This work will affect a very small proportion of animals in the woodland. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. The population status of the species is bad and deteriorating. However, the work will be carried out at a time that will have a minimum adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. Some of the material removed will be cut up and left in the wood to provide deadwood habitat piles, thus enhancing the environment for the species in the future.
United Kingdom 2010-09-10 2010-10-31 The area of licenced work will be 1ha in total. Both woodlands add up to 400ha in size. Therefore the area that work will take place amounts to 0.25% of the total are of habitat. This work will affect a very small proportion of animals in the woodland. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. The population status of the species is bad and deteriorating. However, the work will be carried out at a time that will have a minimum adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. Some of the material removed will be cut up and left in the wood to provide deadwood habitat piles, thus enhancing the environment for the species in the future.
United Kingdom 2010-09-10 2010-10-31 The area of licenced work will be 1ha in total. Both woodlands add up to 400ha in size. Therefore the area that work will take place amounts to 0.25% of the total are of habitat. This work will affect a very small proportion of animals in the woodland. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. The population status of the species is bad and deteriorating. However, the work will be carried out at a time that will have a minimum adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. Some of the material removed will be cut up and left in the wood to provide deadwood habitat piles, thus enhancing the environment for the species in the future.
United Kingdom 2010-09-10 2010-10-31 The area of licenced work will be 1ha in total. Both woodlands add up to 400ha in size. Therefore the area that work will take place amounts to 0.25% of the total are of habitat. This work will affect a very small proportion of animals in the woodland. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. The population status of the species is bad and deteriorating. However, the work will be carried out at a time that will have a minimum adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. Some of the material removed will be cut up and left in the wood to provide deadwood habitat piles, thus enhancing the environment for the species in the future.
United Kingdom 2010-09-07 2011-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the vicinity Deterioration of resting places Low- However conifer plantation is of limited value for dormice, wheras native deciduous woodland has much higher value. Doing the work will have a short term effect the present dormouse population, but will be beneficial to the conservation status of the species in the longer term.
United Kingdom 2010-09-07 2011-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the vicinity Destruction of resting places Low- However conifer plantation is of limited value for dormice, wheras native deciduous woodland has much higher value. Doing the work will have a short term effect the present dormouse population, but will be beneficial to the conservation status of the species in the longer term.
United Kingdom 2010-09-07 2011-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the vicinity Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Low- However conifer plantation is of limited value for dormice, wheras native deciduous woodland has much higher value. Doing the work will have a short term effect the present dormouse population, but will be beneficial to the conservation status of the species in the longer term.
United Kingdom 2010-09-07 2011-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the vicinity Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Low- However conifer plantation is of limited value for dormice, wheras native deciduous woodland has much higher value. Doing the work will have a short term effect the present dormouse population, but will be beneficial to the conservation status of the species in the longer term.
United Kingdom 2010-09-07 2011-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the vicinity Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Low- However conifer plantation is of limited value for dormice, wheras native deciduous woodland has much higher value. Doing the work will have a short term effect the present dormouse population, but will be beneficial to the conservation status of the species in the longer term.
United Kingdom 2010-09-07 2011-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the vicinity Deterioration of resting places Low- Dormice have unfavorable cosnervation status However conifer plantation is of limited value for dormice, wheras native deciduous woodland has much higher value. Doing the work will have a short term effect the present dormouse population, but will be beneficial to the conservation status of the species in the longer term.
United Kingdom 2010-09-07 2011-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the vicinity Destruction of resting places Low- Dormice have unfavorable cosnervation status However conifer plantation is of limited value for dormice, wheras native deciduous woodland has much higher value. Doing the work will have a short term effect the present dormouse population, but will be beneficial to the conservation status of the species in the longer term.
United Kingdom 2010-09-07 2011-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the vicinity Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Low- Dormice have unfavorable cosnervation status However conifer plantation is of limited value for dormice, wheras native deciduous woodland has much higher value. Doing the work will have a short term effect the present dormouse population, but will be beneficial to the conservation status of the species in the longer term.
United Kingdom 2010-09-07 2011-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the vicinity Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Low- Dormice have unfavorable cosnervation status However conifer plantation is of limited value for dormice, wheras native deciduous woodland has much higher value. Doing the work will have a short term effect the present dormouse population, but will be beneficial to the conservation status of the species in the longer term.
United Kingdom 2010-09-07 2011-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the vicinity Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Low- Dormice have unfavorable cosnervation status However conifer plantation is of limited value for dormice, wheras native deciduous woodland has much higher value. Doing the work will have a short term effect the present dormouse population, but will be beneficial to the conservation status of the species in the longer term.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Capture Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of breeding sites Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of resting places Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of breeding sites Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of resting places Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Transport Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Capture Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of breeding sites Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of resting places Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of breeding sites Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of resting places Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Transport Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-03 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-09-01 2011-05-31 There are recent records (2005) of dormice within the area. This area seems to hold a healthy population of dormice and with a number of the areas of favourable habitat with links between them, a larger network of suitable areas for this species. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. The proposed works will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. The work will increase the amount of high favourability habitat for dormice in the area. The population of the species within the woodland will benefit from the work through an increase in biodiversity of both the canopy and understorey species.
United Kingdom 2010-09-01 2011-05-31 There are recent records (2005) of dormice within the area. This area seems to hold a healthy population of dormice and with a number of the areas of favourable habitat with links between them, a larger network of suitable areas for this species. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. The proposed works will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. The work will increase the amount of high favourability habitat for dormice in the area. The population of the species within the woodland will benefit from the work through an increase in biodiversity of both the canopy and understorey species.
United Kingdom 2010-09-01 2011-05-31 There are recent records (2005) of dormice within the area. This area seems to hold a healthy population of dormice and with a number of the areas of favourable habitat with links between them, a larger network of suitable areas for this species. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. The proposed works will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. The work will increase the amount of high favourability habitat for dormice in the area. The population of the species within the woodland will benefit from the work through an increase in biodiversity of both the canopy and understorey species.
United Kingdom 2010-09-01 2011-05-31 There are recent records (2005) of dormice within the area. This area seems to hold a healthy population of dormice and with a number of the areas of favourable habitat with links between them, a larger network of suitable areas for this species. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited impact. The proposed works will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. The work will increase the amount of high favourability habitat for dormice in the area. The population of the species within the woodland will benefit from the work through an increase in biodiversity of both the canopy and understorey species.
United Kingdom 2010-09-01 2011-05-31 There are recent records (2005) of dormice within the area. This area seems to hold a healthy population of dormice and with a number of the areas of favourable habitat with links between them, a larger network of suitable areas for this species. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. The proposed works will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. The work will increase the amount of high favourability habitat for dormice in the area. The population of the species within the woodland will benefit from the work through an increase in biodiversity of both the canopy and understorey species.
United Kingdom 2010-09-01 2011-05-31 There are recent records (2005) of dormice within the area. This area seems to hold a healthy population of dormice and with a number of the areas of favourable habitat with links between them, a larger network of suitable areas for this species. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. The proposed works will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. The work will increase the amount of high favourability habitat for dormice in the area. The population of the species within the woodland will benefit from the work through an increase in biodiversity of both the canopy and understorey species.
United Kingdom 2010-09-01 2011-05-31 There are recent records (2005) of dormice within the area. This area seems to hold a healthy population of dormice and with a number of the areas of favourable habitat with links between them, a larger network of suitable areas for this species. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. The proposed works will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. The work will increase the amount of high favourability habitat for dormice in the area. The population of the species within the woodland will benefit from the work through an increase in biodiversity of both the canopy and understorey species.
United Kingdom 2010-09-01 2011-05-31 There are recent records (2005) of dormice within the area. This area seems to hold a healthy population of dormice and with a number of the areas of favourable habitat with links between them, a larger network of suitable areas for this species. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. The proposed works will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. The work will increase the amount of high favourability habitat for dormice in the area. The population of the species within the woodland will benefit from the work through an increase in biodiversity of both the canopy and understorey species.
United Kingdom 2010-09-01 2011-05-31 There are recent records (2005) of dormice within the area. This area seems to hold a healthy population of dormice and with a number of the areas of favourable habitat with links between them, a larger network of suitable areas for this species. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited impact. The proposed works will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. The work will increase the amount of high favourability habitat for dormice in the area. The population of the species within the woodland will benefit from the work through an increase in biodiversity of both the canopy and understorey species.
United Kingdom 2010-09-01 2011-05-31 There are recent records (2005) of dormice within the area. This area seems to hold a healthy population of dormice and with a number of the areas of favourable habitat with links between them, a larger network of suitable areas for this species. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. The proposed works will not have an adverse effect on the favourable conservation status of the species. The work will increase the amount of high favourability habitat for dormice in the area. The population of the species within the woodland will benefit from the work through an increase in biodiversity of both the canopy and understorey species.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Capture Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of breeding sites Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of resting places Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of breeding sites Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of resting places Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Transport Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Capture Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of breeding sites Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of resting places Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of breeding sites Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of resting places Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Transport Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-25 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-08-16 2010-12-01 Population within national monitoring scheme averages 2.5 per ha. However, the areas to be worked is poor to moderately good for dormice so the assumption is that the population is lower than this. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. Using best practice, disturbance to the dormice will be kept to a minimum. Area of ground damage will be minimised through good working practices and targeted at areas with the poorest ground flora. Works will provide sufficient areas for dormice population to be maintained and in the short to medium term will enhance habitat for dormice.
United Kingdom 2010-08-16 2010-12-01 Population within national monitoring scheme averages 2.5 per ha. However, the areas to be worked is poor to moderately good for dormice so the assumption is that the population is lower than this. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. Using best practice, disturbance to the dormice will be kept to a minimum. Area of ground damage will be minimised through good working practices and targeted at areas with the poorest ground flora. Works will provide sufficient areas for dormice population to be maintained and in the short to medium term will enhance habitat for dormice.
United Kingdom 2010-08-16 2010-12-01 Population within national monitoring scheme averages 2.5 per ha. However, the areas to be worked is poor to moderately good for dormice so the assumption is that the population is lower than this. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited impact. Using best practice, disturbance to the dormice will be kept to a minimum. Area of ground damage will be minimised through good working practices and targeted at areas with the poorest ground flora. Works will provide sufficient areas for dormice population to be maintained and in the short to medium term will enhance habitat for dormice.
United Kingdom 2010-08-16 2010-12-01 Population within national monitoring scheme averages 2.5 per ha. However, the areas to be worked is poor to moderately good for dormice so the assumption is that the population is lower than this. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. Using best practice, disturbance to the dormice will be kept to a minimum. Area of ground damage will be minimised through good working practices and targeted at areas with the poorest ground flora. Works will provide sufficient areas for dormice population to be maintained and in the short to medium term will enhance habitat for dormice.
United Kingdom 2010-08-16 2010-12-01 Population within national monitoring scheme averages 2.5 per ha. However, the areas to be worked is poor to moderately good for dormice so the assumption is that the population is lower than this. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. Using best practice, disturbance to the dormice will be kept to a minimum. Area of ground damage will be minimised through good working practices and targeted at areas with the poorest ground flora. Works will provide sufficient areas for dormice population to be maintained and in the short to medium term will enhance habitat for dormice.
United Kingdom 2010-08-16 2010-12-01 Population within national monitoring scheme averages 2.5 per ha. However, the areas to be worked is poor to moderately good for dormice so the assumption is that the population is lower than this. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. Using best practice, disturbance to the dormice will be kept to a minimum. Area of ground damage will be minimised through good working practices and targeted at areas with the poorest ground flora. Works will provide sufficient areas for dormice population to be maintained and in the short to medium term will enhance habitat for dormice.
United Kingdom 2010-08-16 2010-12-01 Population within national monitoring scheme averages 2.5 per ha. However, the areas to be worked is poor to moderately good for dormice so the assumption is that the population is lower than this. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited impact. Using best practice, disturbance to the dormice will be kept to a minimum. Area of ground damage will be minimised through good working practices and targeted at areas with the poorest ground flora. Works will provide sufficient areas for dormice population to be maintained and in the short to medium term will enhance habitat for dormice.
United Kingdom 2010-08-16 2010-12-01 Population within national monitoring scheme averages 2.5 per ha. However, the areas to be worked is poor to moderately good for dormice so the assumption is that the population is lower than this. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. Using best practice, disturbance to the dormice will be kept to a minimum. Area of ground damage will be minimised through good working practices and targeted at areas with the poorest ground flora. Works will provide sufficient areas for dormice population to be maintained and in the short to medium term will enhance habitat for dormice.
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Slovenia 2010-05-12 2060-05-12 na leto je dovoljeno ujeti do največ 100 živih osebkov iz skupin netopirjev, žužkojedov in glodalcev Deliberate disturbance ni vpliva na populacijo
Slovenia 2010-05-12 2060-05-12 neomejeno število mrtvih živali je dovoljeno odvzeti iz narave Keeping of dead species ni vpliva na populacijo
Slovenia 2010-05-12 2060-05-12 na leto je dovoljeno ujeti do največ 100 živih osebkov iz skupin netopirjev, žužkojedov in glodalcev Capture ni vpliva na populacijo
Slovenia 2010-05-12 2060-05-12 na leto je dovoljeno ujeti do največ 100 živih osebkov iz skupin netopirjev, žužkojedov in glodalcev Deliberate disturbance ni vpliva na populacijo
Slovenia 2010-05-12 2060-05-12 neomejeno število mrtvih živali je dovoljeno odvzeti iz narave Keeping of dead species ni vpliva na populacijo
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Capture Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of breeding sites Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of resting places Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of breeding sites Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of resting places Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Transport Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Capture Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of breeding sites Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of resting places Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of breeding sites Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of resting places Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Transport Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-29 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-23 2010-05-30 It is not known exactly how many dormice will be effected by the works. Deterioration of resting places Limited- It is considered that dormice at this site would be disturbed across this area at a low population density. Even though the works to be carried out at a time when animals are hibernating and therefore most vulnerable, disturbance will be kept to a minimum due to the habitat being suboptimal for hibernation.
United Kingdom 2010-04-23 2010-05-30 It is not known exactly how many dormice will be effected by the works. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- It is considered that dormice at this site would be disturbed across this area at a low population density. Even though the works to be carried out at a time when animals are hibernating and therefore most vulnerable, disturbance will be kept to a minimum due to the habitat being suboptimal for hibernation.
United Kingdom 2010-04-23 2010-05-30 It is not known exactly how many dormice will be effected by the works. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- It is considered that dormice at this site would be disturbed across this area at a low population density. Even though the works to be carried out at a time when animals are hibernating and therefore most vulnerable, disturbance will be kept to a minimum due to the habitat being suboptimal for hibernation.
United Kingdom 2010-04-23 2010-05-30 It is not known exactly how many dormice will be effected by the works. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- It is considered that dormice at this site would be disturbed across this area at a low population density. Even though the works to be carried out at a time when animals are hibernating and therefore most vulnerable, disturbance will be kept to a minimum due to the habitat being suboptimal for hibernation.
United Kingdom 2010-04-23 2010-05-30 It is not known exactly how many dormice will be effected by the works. Deterioration of resting places The population status of the dormice is bad and deteriorating. It is considered that dormice at this site would be disturbed across this area at a low population density. Even though the works to be carried out at a time when animals are hibernating and therefore most vulnerable, disturbance will be kept to a minimum due to the habitat being suboptimal for hibernation.
United Kingdom 2010-04-23 2010-05-30 It is not known exactly how many dormice will be effected by the works. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding The population status of the dormice is bad and deteriorating. It is considered that dormice at this site would be disturbed across this area at a low population density. Even though the works to be carried out at a time when animals are hibernating and therefore most vulnerable, disturbance will be kept to a minimum due to the habitat being suboptimal for hibernation.
United Kingdom 2010-04-23 2010-05-30 It is not known exactly how many dormice will be effected by the works. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing The population status of the dormice is bad and deteriorating. It is considered that dormice at this site would be disturbed across this area at a low population density. Even though the works to be carried out at a time when animals are hibernating and therefore most vulnerable, disturbance will be kept to a minimum due to the habitat being suboptimal for hibernation.
United Kingdom 2010-04-23 2010-05-30 It is not known exactly how many dormice will be effected by the works. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation The population status of the dormice is bad and deteriorating. It is considered that dormice at this site would be disturbed across this area at a low population density. Even though the works to be carried out at a time when animals are hibernating and therefore most vulnerable, disturbance will be kept to a minimum due to the habitat being suboptimal for hibernation.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Capture Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of breeding sites Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of resting places Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of breeding sites Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of resting places Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Transport Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Capture Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of breeding sites Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of resting places Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of breeding sites Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of resting places Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Transport Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-04-09 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
Calabria 2010-04-01 2010-11-30 Number of individuals licensed unknown Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Calabria 2010-04-01 2010-11-30 Number of individuals licensed unknown Species identification, measurements, marking and following release No evidence of a significant impact
Sicilia 2010-04-01 2010-11-30 Number of individuals licensed unknown Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Sicilia 2010-04-01 2010-11-30 Number of individuals licensed unknown Species identification, measurements, marking and following release No evidence of a significant impact
United Kingdom 2010-03-24 2011-04-30 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-03-24 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-03-24 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-03-24 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-03-24 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-03-09 2011-03-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. no projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-03-09 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. no projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-03-09 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. no projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-03-09 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. no projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-03-09 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. no projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-22 2011-02-28 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-22 2011-02-28 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-22 2011-02-28 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-22 2011-02-28 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-22 2011-02-28 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Capture Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of breeding sites Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of resting places Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of breeding sites Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of resting places Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Transport Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited in the long term- The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Capture Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of breeding sites Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deterioration of resting places Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of breeding sites Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Destruction of resting places Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Transport Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-19 2011-12-31 Licensed on known presence of Dormice in parts of the land along the powerline route Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited in the long term- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status The applicants/ecologist has been liaising with CCW throughout this project and has provided several amendments to the mitigation on CCW’s advice to ensure that the FCS of Dormice and their habitat is not affected by the works. There will be significant replanting of the areas that will be affected. Any captured Dormice are to be kept only until it is possible for them to be released and under expert care. They will be monitored before re-release to ensure that they are healthy and will not be released until it is certain that they are healthy. Any hibernating dormice will be kept at the correct conditions and the males will be segregated in cages, although they will have female dormice accompanying them. All dormice will have separate boxes and lactating females will only be captured with their young if there is no other option. They should be no long term loss of habitat of any significance and the sites will be monitored and the habitat maintained for the next few years.
United Kingdom 2010-02-16 2011-02-28 No restricitions Destruction of breeding sites Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-16 2011-02-28 No restricitions Destruction of resting places Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-12 2010-03-31 Very low numbers of post breeding/independent juvenile doormice. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. Replacement habitat, with a gain ratio of 5:1, will be achieved by planting native species trees of local provenance in the area. This work will not have an impact on the favourable conservation status of doormice.
United Kingdom 2010-02-12 2010-03-31 Very low numbers of post breeding/independent juvenile doormice. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. Replacement habitat, with a gain ratio of 5:1, will be achieved by planting native species trees of local provenance in the area. This work will not have an impact on the favourable conservation status of doormice.
United Kingdom 2010-02-12 2010-03-31 Very low numbers of post breeding/independent juvenile doormice. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. Replacement habitat, with a gain ratio of 5:1, will be achieved by planting native species trees of local provenance in the area. This work will not have an impact on the favourable conservation status of doormice.
United Kingdom 2010-02-12 2010-03-31 Very low numbers of post breeding/independent juvenile doormice. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. Replacement habitat, with a gain ratio of 5:1, will be achieved by planting native species trees of local provenance in the area. This work will not have an impact on the favourable conservation status of doormice.
United Kingdom 2010-02-12 2010-03-31 Very low numbers of post breeding/independent juvenile doormice. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. Replacement habitat, with a gain ratio of 5:1, will be achieved by planting native species trees of local provenance in the area. This work will not have an impact on the favourable conservation status of doormice.
United Kingdom 2010-02-12 2010-03-31 Very low numbers of post breeding/independent juvenile doormice. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. Replacement habitat, with a gain ratio of 5:1, will be achieved by planting native species trees of local provenance in the area. This work will not have an impact on the favourable conservation status of doormice.
United Kingdom 2010-02-10 2011-03-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-10 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-10 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-10 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-10 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-09 2011-03-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-09 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-09 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-09 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-02-09 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-27 2011-01-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-27 2011-01-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-27 2011-01-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-27 2011-01-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-27 2011-01-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-25 2010-03-31 No Restrictions Destruction of breeding sites Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-25 2010-03-31 No Restrictions Destruction of resting places Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-25 2010-03-31 No Restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-08 2010-12-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-08 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-08 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-08 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-08 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-08 2010-12-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-08 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-08 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-08 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2010-01-08 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Deterioration of breeding sites Limited. These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Deterioration of resting places Limited. These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Destruction of breeding sites Limited. These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Destruction of resting places Limited. These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited. These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited. These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited. These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Deterioration of breeding sites Limited. Dormice have unfavourable conservation status These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Deterioration of resting places Limited. Dormice have unfavourable conservation status These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Destruction of breeding sites Limited. Dormice have unfavourable conservation status These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Destruction of resting places Limited. Dormice have unfavourable conservation status These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited. Dormice have unfavourable conservation status These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited. Dormice have unfavourable conservation status These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-19 2010-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice in the area Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited. Dormice have unfavourable conservation status These works are for the prupose of gradually thinning out non native trees. The re-introduction of treees more suitable for the dormouse habitat and diet will be of benefit to the species in the long term Landscape connectvity will be maintained as the thinning has been timed to take place over a period of time and in selected areas to allow the gradual re-introduction of anicent woodland plants All roads and rides will not be thinned to maintain connectivity and only broadleafed trees which have health and safety issues will be removed
United Kingdom 2009-10-07 2010-10-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-10-07 2010-10-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-10-07 2010-10-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-10-07 2010-10-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-10-07 2010-10-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Capture Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Transport Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Capture Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deterioration of breeding sites Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deterioration of resting places Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Destruction of breeding sites Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Destruction of resting places Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Transport Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Capture Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Transport Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Capture Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deterioration of breeding sites Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deterioration of resting places Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Destruction of breeding sites Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Destruction of resting places Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Transport Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-23 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-09-22 2009-09-30 No restrictions Capture negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-09-22 2009-09-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-09-22 2009-09-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-09-22 2009-09-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-09-22 2009-09-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Capture Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deterioration of resting places Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Destruction of breeding sites Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Destruction of resting places Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Transport Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Capture Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Transport Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-09-16 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced being of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-07-29 2009-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-07-29 2009-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-07-29 2009-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-07-29 2009-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-07-29 2009-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-07-29 2009-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-07-29 2009-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-07-29 2009-08-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-06-26 2009-07-17 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-06-26 2009-07-17 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-06-26 2009-07-17 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-06-26 2009-07-17 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-06-26 2009-07-17 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-06-26 2009-07-17 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-06-26 2009-07-17 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-06-26 2009-07-17 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. Forestry works. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for dormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. Forestry works. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for dormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. Forestry works. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for dormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited impact. Forestry works. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for dormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. Forestry works. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for dormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited impact. Forestry works. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for dormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. Forestry works. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for doormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. Forestry works. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for doormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. Forestry works. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for doormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited impact. Forestry works. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for doormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. Forestry works. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for doormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-18 2009-10-31 Licenced on the assumption of doormice. Exact numbers unknown. Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited impact. Forestry works. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating. The proposed works will only affect the doormouse habitat for a limited period. No habitat lost long term. With the establishment of broad-leaved trees, the habitat for doormice will be enhanced and estended within the wood.
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of dormice unknown. Area with potential dormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Capture Limited impact. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for dormice. .
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of dormice unknown. Area with potential dormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for dormice. .
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of dormice unknown. Area with potential dormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for dormice. .
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of dormice unknown. Area with potential dormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Transport Limited impact. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for dormice. .
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of dormice unknown. Area with potential dormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for dormice. .
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of dormice unknown. Area with potential dormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited impact. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for dormice. .
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of dormice unknown. Area with potential dormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for dormice. .
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of dormice unknown. Area with potential dormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited impact. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for dormice. .
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of doormice unknown. Area with potential doormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Capture Limited impace. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for doormice. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of doormice unknown. Area with potential doormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Deterioration of resting places Limited impace. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for doormice. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of doormice unknown. Area with potential doormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Destruction of resting places Limited impace. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for doormice. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of doormice unknown. Area with potential doormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Transport Limited impace. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for doormice. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of doormice unknown. Area with potential doormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impace. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for doormice. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of doormice unknown. Area with potential doormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited impace. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for doormice. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of doormice unknown. Area with potential doormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impace. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for doormice. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-06-10 2009-10-31 Accurate number of doormice unknown. Area with potential doormouse habitat to be worked is approx 2 ha. Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited impace. Object is to restore all the conifer plantations to predominantly broadleaf woodland. This should significantly increase the suitable habitat for doormice. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Capture Limited- The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Deterioration of resting places Limited- The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Destruction of breeding sites Limited- The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Destruction of resting places Limited- The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Transport Limited- The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Capture Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Transport Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-06-02 2009-06-21 Licensed on known presence of dormouse in the area. Exact figures are not known Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status The area to be cleared is of level scrub and poor quality and it is thought that there will be a limited number of dormice affected by these works. There will be compensation planting which will be monitored yearly. There are also dormouse boxes in the vicinity The use of the gantry will also be monitored on a yearly basis
United Kingdom 2009-05-28 2010-06-30 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-28 2010-06-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-28 2010-06-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-28 2010-06-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-28 2010-06-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2010-05-31 No restrictions Destruction of breeding sites Negliglible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2010-05-31 No restrictions Destruction of resting places Negliglible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2010-05-31 No restrictions Capture (ringing) Negliglible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Capture Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deterioration of resting places Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Destruction of breeding sites Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Destruction of resting places Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Transport Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Capture Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Transport Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-15 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-12 2009-11-30 Licenced on assumption of doormice being present. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. Removal of conifers and the establishment of broad-leaved trees. Thinning of the woodland will allow more light to the understorey and field layer allowing plant species to expand, thus providing greater opportunities for dormice as there will be more food resource and nesting and hibernating opportunities.
United Kingdom 2009-05-12 2009-11-30 Licenced on assumption of doormice being present. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. Removal of conifers and the establishment of broad-leaved trees. Thinning of the woodland will allow more light to the understorey and field layer allowing plant species to expand, thus providing greater opportunities for dormice as there will be more food resource and nesting and hibernating opportunities.
United Kingdom 2009-05-12 2009-11-30 Licenced on assumption of doormice being present. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. Removal of conifers and the establishment of broad-leaved trees. Thinning of the woodland will allow more light to the understorey and field layer allowing plant species to expand, thus providing greater opportunities for dormice as there will be more food resource and nesting and hibernating opportunities.
United Kingdom 2009-05-12 2009-11-30 Licenced on assumption of doormice being present. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. Removal of conifers and the establishment of broad-leaved trees. Thinning of the woodland will allow more light to the understorey and field layer allowing plant species to expand, thus providing greater opportunities for dormice as there will be more food resource and nesting and hibernating opportunities.
United Kingdom 2009-05-12 2009-11-30 Licenced on assumption of doormice being present. Deterioration of resting places Limited impact. Removal of conifers and the establishment of broad-leaved trees. Thinning of the woodland will allow more light to the understorey and field layer allowing plant species to expand, thus providing greater opportunities for doormice as there will be more food resource and nesting and hibernating opportunities. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-05-12 2009-11-30 Licenced on assumption of doormice being present. Destruction of resting places Limited impact. Removal of conifers and the establishment of broad-leaved trees. Thinning of the woodland will allow more light to the understorey and field layer allowing plant species to expand, thus providing greater opportunities for doormice as there will be more food resource and nesting and hibernating opportunities. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-05-12 2009-11-30 Licenced on assumption of doormice being present. Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited impact. Removal of conifers and the establishment of broad-leaved trees. Thinning of the woodland will allow more light to the understorey and field layer allowing plant species to expand, thus providing greater opportunities for doormice as there will be more food resource and nesting and hibernating opportunities. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-05-12 2009-11-30 Licenced on assumption of doormice being present. Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited impact. Removal of conifers and the establishment of broad-leaved trees. Thinning of the woodland will allow more light to the understorey and field layer allowing plant species to expand, thus providing greater opportunities for doormice as there will be more food resource and nesting and hibernating opportunities. Doormice have a favourable range but their population is bad and deteriorating.
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Capture Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deterioration of resting places Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Destruction of breeding sites Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Destruction of resting places Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Transport Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Capture Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deterioration of resting places Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Destruction of breeding sites Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Destruction of resting places Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Transport Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Capture Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Transport Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2010-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice and assumption of approx 4-10 individuals per hectare- 8.5 ha to be affected by works Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Dormice have unfavouarbel conservation status. 8.5 HA at this site are considered as being suitable for habiat for dormice. 0.5 ha of this habitat will be removed during works Connectvity will be mainted at all sites to reduce isolation. Vegetation clearance will be done in two stages to minmise risk to hibernating dormice. Hibernacula and barsh will be provided to restore conectvity and resting places There will be ongoing planting schemes and monitoring of the area to provide compensation for lost nests This should all ensure that the habiat for the dormice at this site is maintained and enhanced beign of benefit to this species
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Capture Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Transport Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-11 2009-05-15 Licensed on known presence of dormouse- however it is not certain to the exact number of the species at this site Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice are in an unfavourable state of conservation The timings of these works is not ideal as dormice will be coming out of hibernation- however the state of the trees means that it is not possible to wait until hibernation season The works will be restricted to an area of less than 1 dormouse home range and therefore any animal present will be able to seek alternative habitat that is undisturbed The impact will be short term and limited to the works and dormice will be able to use the habitat after works which will be undisturbed apart from the removed dangerous trees
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2010-05-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2010-05-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2010-05-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2010-05-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2010-05-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Capture Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Transport Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited- Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Capture Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. tat The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deterioration of breeding sites Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. tat The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deterioration of resting places Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. tat The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Destruction of breeding sites Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. tat The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Destruction of resting places Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. tat The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Transport Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. tat The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. tat The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. tat The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. tat The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Capture Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Transport Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Licensed on know presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conervation status Structures will be constructed to ensure that access remains available to all areas of potential severed by the scheme There will be early compensation planting of new additional dormouse habitat along with provision for long term monitoring and the management of habitats and species at this location. This should ensure taht there is no impact on the dormouse population at this site
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Capture Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deterioration of breeding sites Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deterioration of resting places Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Destruction of breeding sites Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Destruction of resting places Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Transport Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-05-08 2011-10-31 Unknown as to exact number of breeding/resting sites that maybe lost as dormice are secretative Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Not significant. Some dormouse habitat will be lost but this will be offset by the provsion of dormouse boxes and suitable planting of dormouse habitat. DpDormouse have a favourable range but the population is in decline. The planted habitat should be more suitable for dormice needs Brdiges will also be erected to maintain conectivity menaing that this population should not become fra
United Kingdom 2009-04-20 2010-04-30 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-20 2010-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-20 2010-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-20 2010-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-20 2010-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-20 2010-04-30 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-20 2010-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-20 2010-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-20 2010-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-20 2010-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-15 2011-04-30 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-15 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-15 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-15 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-15 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Capture Negligilbe. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligilbe. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligilbe. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligilbe. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligilbe. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-04-02 2011-04-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-26 2010-03-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-26 2010-03-31 No restrictions Deliberately disturbs Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-26 2010-04-30 No restrictions Destruction of breeding sites Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-26 2010-04-30 No restrictions Destruction of resting places Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-25 2010-02-28 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-25 2010-02-28 No restrictions deliberately disturbs and ringing or marking or examining any ring or mark on wild animals Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-24 2011-03-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-24 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-24 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-24 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-24 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-11 2011-03-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-11 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-11 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-11 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-11 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-11 2010-03-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-11 2010-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-11 2010-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-11 2010-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-11 2010-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-03-05 2011-03-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-03-05 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-03-05 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-03-05 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-03-05 2011-03-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-03-05 2009-03-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- No habitat will be taken. As much low level cover as possible will be left. Coppice stools will be cut at 30cm height and brash will be windrowed to maintain corridors of cover There should be no impact on dormice as a result of these works
United Kingdom 2009-03-05 2009-03-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status No habitat will be taken. As much low level cover as possible will be left. Coppice stools will be cut at 30cm height and brash will be windrowed to maintain corridors of cover There should be no impact on dormice as a result of these works
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Any hiberbating dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- Any hiberbating dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Any hiberbating dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- Any hiberbating dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Any hiberbating dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Any hiberbating dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status Any hiberbatin dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status Any hiberbatin dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status Any hiberbatin dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status Any hiberbatin dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status Any hiberbatin dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-26 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status Any hiberbatin dormice will be left insitu and that area will be cleared later on in the year No linear features such as hedges or trees will be lost There will be a small loss of foraging habitat but the surrounding area will be managed for the benefit of the dormice which will be of benefit to the population in the long term
United Kingdom 2009-02-20 2012-12-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of breeding sites Limited- 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited- 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of breeding sites Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-11 2009-05-31 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limited- Dormice have unfavourable conservation status 50 dormice boxes have already been erected on site to ensure that there is addtional nesting habitat for dormice Unsuitable trees will be thinned or removed which will enhance the existing habitat for dormice It is possible that no dormice will be affected by these works. The mitigation measures will help to improve the habitat availiable for dormice in this area
United Kingdom 2009-02-10 2010-11-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-02-10 2010-11-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-02-10 2010-11-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-02-10 2010-11-30 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-02-10 2010-11-30 No restrictions Possession of dead animal or part of Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-02-03 2009-04-30 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-02-03 2009-04-30 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-02-03 2009-04-30 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-02-03 2009-04-30 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-02-03 2009-04-30 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-02-03 2009-04-30 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-02-03 2009-04-30 Licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-02-03 2009-04-30 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-02-03 2009-04-30 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-02-03 2009-04-30 Licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limited- Dormice have unfavourable cosnervation status. The propsoed works are limited to the path areas and a metre to each side There will be no net loss of dromouse habitat and no hedges or trees will be taken The cuts will also be phased with the inital cut leaving the vegetation 30-50cm high and the second cut reducing it to ground level. This will discourgae the uptake of the areas by dormice This means that there should be little if any impact of the dormice at this location
United Kingdom 2009-01-26 2010-02-28 No restrictions Destruction of breeding sites Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-26 2010-02-28 No restrictions Destruction of resting places Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-23 2010-01-31 No Restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-23 2010-01-31 No Restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-23 2010-01-31 No Restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-23 2010-01-31 No Restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-23 2010-01-31 No Restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-20 2010-12-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-20 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-20 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-20 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-20 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-20 2010-12-31 No restrictions Capture Negligilble. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-20 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligilble. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-20 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligilble. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-20 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligilble. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-20 2010-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligilble. No projected impact
Germany 2009-01-15 2014-01-15 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Fang keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Germany 2009-01-15 2014-01-15 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Tötung keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Germany 2009-01-15 2014-01-15 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Zerstörung von Fortpflanzungsstätten keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Hessen 2009-01-15 2014-01-15 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Fang keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Hessen 2009-01-15 2014-01-15 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Tötung keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Hessen 2009-01-15 2014-01-15 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Zerstörung von Fortpflanzungsstätten keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of breeding sites Limted- there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limted- there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of breeding sites Limted- there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limted- there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limted- there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limted- there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limted- there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limted- there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of breeding sites Limted- Dormice have unfavoirable conservation status however there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deterioration of resting places Limted- Dormice have unfavoirable conservation status however there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of breeding sites Limted- Dormice have unfavoirable conservation status however there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Destruction of resting places Limted- Dormice have unfavoirable conservation status however there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Limted- Dormice have unfavoirable conservation status however there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Limted- Dormice have unfavoirable conservation status however there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Limted- Dormice have unfavoirable conservation status however there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-14 2012-04-30 licensed on known presence of dormice Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Limted- Dormice have unfavoirable conservation status however there will be beneficial consequences for the dormouse environment as the thinning will allow more light through to the woodland floor, improving the field and shrub vegetation layers within the woodland.
United Kingdom 2009-01-13 2012-10-31 No restrictions Destruction of breeding sites Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-13 2012-10-31 No restrictions Destruction of resting places Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-13 2012-10-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-13 2012-10-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-13 2012-10-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-13 2012-10-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-12 2012-03-31 No Restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-12 2012-03-31 No Restrictions Deterioration of breeding sites Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-12 2012-03-31 No Restrictions Deterioration of resting places Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-12 2012-03-31 No Restrictions Destruction of breeding sites Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-12 2012-03-31 No Restrictions Destruction of resting places Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-12 2012-03-31 No Restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-12 2012-03-31 No Restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-12 2012-03-31 No Restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-12 2012-03-31 No Restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact.
United Kingdom 2009-01-08 2009-12-31 No restrictions Capture Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-08 2009-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of breeding Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-08 2009-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of rearing Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-08 2009-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the period of hibernation Negligible. No projected impact
United Kingdom 2009-01-08 2009-12-31 No restrictions Deliberate disturbance during the migration period Negligible. No projected impact
Luxembourg 2008-08-14 2008-10-31 not possible to determine how many individuals will be captured Capture Individuals were released after the manipulations. No impact on populatio, neither for bycatch.
Germany 2007-11-16 2012-11-16 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Fang keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Germany 2007-11-16 2012-11-16 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Tötung keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Germany 2007-11-16 2012-11-16 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Zerstörung von Fortpflanzungsstätten keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Hessen 2007-11-16 2012-11-16 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Fang keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Hessen 2007-11-16 2012-11-16 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Tötung keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Hessen 2007-11-16 2012-11-16 Die Anzahl ist unbekannt, da die Größe der Lokalpopulation aufgrund der allgemeinen Erfassungsschwierigkeiten nicht bestimmt werden kann. Zerstörung von Fortpflanzungsstätten keine nachhaltige Verschlechterung des günstigen Erhaltungszustandes
Liguria 2007-01-01 2007-12-31 A total of 500 Micromammals belonging to different species Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Toscana 2007-01-01 2007-11-30 No defined number of individuals Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Liguria 2007-01-01 2007-12-31 A total of 500 Micromammals belonging to different species Capture No evidence of a significant impact
Toscana 2007-01-01 2007-11-30 No defined number of individuals Capture No evidence of a significant impact
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