Bouch told io9 that he does not feel a meeting between the two shows would work since they take place in different worlds.
"The thing about Being Human is that [it] takes place in our world," he explained. "That's what we've always tried to do. There are no plans for werewolves and vampires being revealed to the people of the world, because the moment that happens, it... becomes a different world."
He argued that the science-fiction world of Doctor Who is too far removed from the more grounded Being Human for a crossover to happen.
"Doctor Who exists in [its own] world, in that the world knows about the existence of aliens [and] they get invaded every Christmas. So that's a very different world. Being Human is much more rooted in our world. So I don't think it could happen," he said.
A third series of Being Human is currently filming in Cardiff, while Doctor Who returns to BBC One for a special episode this Christmas.