On Green Belt land bought by Clowes Developments, to the South West of Lawnswood Road, between the Lawnswood/Ashwood Estate and Hunters Ride.
It appears that some of the fields containing Public Rights of Way have been ploughed. The law states: Field-edge and cross-field public rights of way You must not cultivate (eg plough) footpaths or bridleways that follow a field edge. The minimum width you need to keep undisturbed is: 1.5 metres for a field edge footpath … Continue reading Ploughing and Rights of Way
Online booking is now open for the training days at Wolverhampton Racecourse (13 April) and Bicton Village Hall, Shrewsbury (14 April). See www.restoringtherecord.org.uk/training.htm for booking links.
A new analysis of councils’ Brownfield Land Registers, published today (25 March) by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), demonstrates the huge potential that building on derelict and vacant land has for the regeneration of towns and cities, as well as the provision of new homes.
Whilst we have had a major focus on the Clowes land - we can not take our eyes off the other SSCC Call to Sites plots on the surrounding Green Belt: Land adj Rolleston, Prestwood Road (43 Houses - Page 29) Folkes Holdings land at Yew Tree Farm, off A449 (437 Houses - Page 29) … Continue reading South Staffordshire County Council Call to Sites