Two letters received after the closing date for comments on the planning application have been posted on the NPA website, one from the Conservatiuon Director of Buglife and the other from CPRE Hampshire New Forest District Group.
Monthly Archives: September 2016
The Forestry Commission have failed to answer a Freedom of Information request from Burley Parish Council dated 3 February 2016 concerning “restoration” works at Harvestslade Bottom last year (see post dated 16 February, and more details are here). In a … Continue reading
An article in this week’s Lymington Times (24 September 2016) includes a statement from the NPA that the Latchmore application will be considered by their planning committee on 18 October. The committee’s decision will be referred to the Planning Inspectorate, following the request by … Continue reading
An article in this week’s (17 September 2016) Lymington Times refers to confirmation by Natural England and the Forestry Commission that the planning application for Latchmore Brook will go through for a decision before the review of wetland restoration in … Continue reading
In the Forest Journal of 1 September 2016, our MP, Sir Desmond Swayne, reproduces the objection he submitted to the planning authority, and calls on the National Park Authority to “Reject this damaging application”. In his New Forest Notes for September (Lymington … Continue reading
To date, Planning Application No.16/00571 to “restore” Latchmore Brook has NOT been withdrawn, and comments are still being accepted by the NPA. As the formal consultation period expired on 2 September, please now send any comments direct to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Friends of Latchmore have submitted a detailed objection to the planning application to “restore” Latchmore Brook. To read the main document, click here; and the appendix is here.