On 24 July we sent a letter to Kevin Penfold asking for information about the replanned work on Thompson’s Castle mire.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
We have written to Hyde Parish Council drawing its attention to important information in recent presentments made to the Verderers’ Court and asking the Councillors yet again to consider withdrawing their unqualified support for the Latchmore project.
Presentments to the Verderers’ Court on 18 July challenged the Forestry Commission’s intention to carry out major work on Latchmore Brook without first working on the drainage network in the upstream Inclosures.
A Press Release entitled Latchmore “saved by the rain” – for the moment was issued on 16 July and at the Verderers’ Court on 18 July, presentments were made by Ailsa Farrand, Dai Morgan and Michael Mayes.
The Forestry Commission has issued a Press Release, announcing that they have decided to defer work on the main Latchmore stream until 2013. However, they still intend to proceed with work on the Thompson’s Castle mires, and we shall continue … Continue reading
At its meeting on 28 June, Hyde Parish Council decided unanimously to ignore the result of the vote at the Annual Parish meeting in favour of the very moderate motion “that the Council should now formally suspend its support for … Continue reading
We have notified the HLS partners (FC, NPA & Verderers), Natural England, and the Environment Agency that we intend to initiate legal action (a Judicial Review) of their decisions to approve and consent to the project. All the relevant letters … Continue reading