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Further evidence for the Local Plan and EDDC tries to pass the buck to the National Trust and Woodland Trust for required open spaces

Mr Thickett said he would allow the participants at the housing session an opportunity to see and comment on the Council’s further submissions.

The further submissions can be accessed here: 137 more words

EDDC

Defra & badgers .... can costs like these be justified?

FOI REQUEST REVEALS TRUE COST OF BADGER CULLS IS EVEN HIGHER THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT AT £6,775 PER BADGER

DEFRA has finally been forced to reveal the true cost of their disastrous badger cull policy in a Freedom of Information request brought by the Badger Trust. 672 more words

Executive Secretary

A walk around Goonhilly Downs, near Helston

For those souls brave enough to venture beyond RNAS Culdrose on to the Lizard Peninsula, there is the fascinating landscape of the Goonhilly Downs nature reserve to explore. 741 more words

Dog Friendly

'Moor' rain needed if bogs are to be safeguarded?

According to a local weather site Doncaster Weather the local rainfall this year has been 257.2mm and the month’s 69.8mm with around 10mm falling today.  If the pattern is maintained then it looks like being a dry year, so not helpful in terms of the rewetting of Thorne & Hatfield Moors.  553 more words

Executive Secretary

Coastal access inside out

Coastal access in England was given a welcome injection of cash, following an announcement last December by the then Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.  Natural England (NE), which is responsible for mapping the coastal path and adjoining access land and for producing reports for confirmation by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, is getting on with the job. 536 more words

Access

Natural England's Words on Wellesley

‘Wellesley Woodlands is a new Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace (SANG) which has been provided as part of the Aldershot Urban Extension project now known as Wellesley. 214 more words

Aldershot Urban Extension

Why there are cattle grazing on Rawcliffe Meadows

Every year we hear of a complaint or two to City of York Council about cattle grazing on the meadows adjacent to Clifton Ings behind the former Clifton Hospital. 513 more words

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