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Reseeding the river banks

Natural England and the Environment Agency were recently down at Eastham Bridge to discuss with the project team about planting for when the works are completed. 186 more words

Ecology

Update on The Plan

Update 17 May 2017: The Plaistow & Ifold Parish Neighbourhood Plan has been screened by Chichester District Council and the South Downs National Park Authority as requiring a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) due to the potential for likely significant environment effects. 230 more words

Neighbourhood Plan Update

The Long Mynd

Trail centre: Natural – Shropshire.

Grade: Red

Length: Various, as there are bridleways criss-crossing the hill.  Our route was 38.9km (24.2 miles) and took in a lot of the best parts. 709 more words

Trails

TheTrevProject Update May 7th

First Week in May update on the Trev Project

Ok not that much visual stuff going on at the moment.

In Marler Cottage the big change is the delivery of the concrete for the new floor. 374 more words

Historic England

Taking stock on the Brighton cliffs - new hopes?

Brighton & Hove cliffs are home to hoary stockMatthiola incana – a nationally scarce plant that likes warm south facing coasts. I love the fact that another common name for the plant is ‘ 331 more words

Green Wall

Eastham Bridge - Why is Natural England Involved?

The River Teme is a valuable home to many river and river bank species of plant and animal. It was chosen as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in order to protect it and the species that live in and around it for now and years to come. 272 more words

Ecology

Screening Opinion from Natural England

NATURAL ENGLAND have provided their response for a Screening Opinion on the need for a Strategic Environmental Assessment on the Draft Neighbourhood Plan.

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Plaistow & Ifold Parish Council