Here is the consultation letter and, below it, the maps showing the two possible routes that it might follow onshore. Also details of where and when representatives of the project will be available for questioning. 680 more words
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We have been getting to know the Little Asby Hawthorn pretty well, visiting repeatedly, day and night, in winter, spring and summer. But what we really need to help us find out more about the land that the Hawthorn stands in, is an expert. 1,532 more words
Something we all know about in East Devon!
“Cronyism in the South West”
The sheer amount of unsuitable and damaging development that has been pushed through against all objections in my home town of Totnes, but also throughout the south west, is making me question the role of cronyism in the deals made. 575 more words
The spring surveys for breeding waders on the Somerset Levels are well underway. The second survey visits have just been completed and lapwing have been recorded as breeding in five locations on the floodplain grazing marshes – West Sedgemoor, Greylake, Walton Moor, West Moor and Hay Moor (north of the River Yeo), and in one arable area – Somerton Door. 348 more words