Update, 16 June 2015
The exhibition has been postponed by LUC so that they are able to carry out additional surveys on Southern Damselfly and bats and to complete their surveys on traffic and archaeology. It is likely to be re-scheduled for September. In the meantime, proposed “restoration” works to be carried out in Studley Wood have been postponed too: this wood is in the Latchmore catchment and should (and will) be included in the EIA for Latchmore.
Posted 6 June 2015
On Wednesday 8 July, in the Church Rooms, Hyde, there will be a public exhibition of the information gathered for the Environmental Impact Assessment for Latchmore Brook. The exhibition will be organised by Land Use Consultants (the Forestry Commission’s agents) and the EIA will accompany the Planning Application by the Forestry Commission to carry out “restoration” of the stream.
Please put the date in your diary and go along if you can – opening hours will be added to this post when we know them.