Friars Gorse/Bluebell Wood/Yew Tree Farm Area - the Modification Evidence Forms are now a go go! You can either download the map and evidence form from here or pick them up from Wordsley Community Centre. Please return all completed forms to there too. This land could potentially be developed, so it is important that all … Continue reading May Newsletter and Modification Order Two
Clowes partner in 250 Acres of development on Green Belt - adjacent to major road network... https://www.insidermedia.com/insider/midlands/deal-signed-for-825m-project-to-create-thousands-of-homes-and-jobs https://westbridgfordwire.com/fairham-pastures-information-750-million-rushcliffe-development/
How to make a difference in your local elections - advice by the CPRE
A fabulous turnout for the litter pick today! 19 bags in total ... Heidi even found a saw ! Another great find was a vintage can of pop ! And a saucepan... not to mention the huge bag of dog poo!! We did really well ... thank you everyone and to anyone who collects litter … Continue reading Volunteers Make a Difference!
Please feel free to join us on a litter pick in Ridgehill Woods this Sunday the 28th April. Meeting at 2pm, Lodge Lane entrance. Please bring gloves and bags. Refuse bag collection has been arranged afterwards.
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.