Install sound-proofing insulation between bat roosts and areas occupied by humans within developments
Overall effectiveness category No evidence found (no assessment)
Number of studies: 0
Background information and definitions
Sound-proofing insulation installed between bat roosts and areas occupied by humans within developments may reduce the risk of bats being disturbed by noise. This could also reduce the potential for humans to be disturbed by noise from bat roosts and may therefore reduce human-wildlife conflict. For a more general intervention that involves installing sound barriers, see ‘Install sound barriers in proximity to bat roosts and habitats’.