Janne, your moral compass may be calibrated differently but generally most people do tend to obey all laws and regulations, either because they think it is the right thing to do or because they fear the consequences if they are caught - in the case of disturbing bat roosts, up to six months of stressful visits to the shower room and/or and unlimited fine.You try to convert an attic with bats living there. My builder advised what to do.
He put protective cloathing and a dust mask on when he cleaned out the poo.
I guess you guys are holy and obey all laws and regulations?
Or you live in a place not even a bat deems habitable?
If anybody is a troll, look into the nearest mirror, O Holy One!
Bats roosting in your attic does not mean you cannot do building work but it does mean that you have to apply for a licence and agree to mitigation measures likely to include building alternative roost sites nearby. Yes it is always possible to save money and time and get a cowboy builder to do the work and the chances of getting caught are low. However, hopefully even you can see that bragging about destroying a bat roost on a forum thread where others are enthusiastically discussing steps they are taking to encourage bats and getting qualifications to study and handle them, makes you look like a bit (as another forum member so eloquently put it!) of a b3ll 3nd!
I really can’t work out whether it is just attention seeking trolling or you really believe that laws are for little people but no one else on this forum feels the need to boast about cutting down TPO protected oak trees, clocking the mileage of cars before selling them;
or generally revelling in a reputation, real or imagined as a misogynistic psychopath,
This is not normal behaviour!
TBH, Janne, I feel sorry for you, despite your prolific posting on here about your love of the Scandinavian lifestyle and outdoors and bushcraft activities, you seem to have made a number of ill-judged life choices which may have worked out well financially but mean that you are condemned to spend your days posting about stuff which other people actually get out and do.
Just remember, it is not all about you and if you haven’t got anything useful or constructive to add to a thread, please try to resist the compulsion to metaphorically cr@p on the carpet just to get attention!
Rant and coffee break over - just off to dig through the pile of offcuts in the barn to find some suitable for making bat boxes - the one I built last year was occupied over the summer but the more the merrier!