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Delight at withdrawal of ‘Zipper-mere’ plan

We are highly relieved that Treetop Trek has withdrawn its planning application for a massive zip-wire development across Thirlmere, in the heart of the Lake District National Park. The proposals… Read More

A celebration at Wittersham, Kent

Twenty-five years ago our member Mavis King succeeded in getting Poplar Farm field and pond, at Wittersham in Kent, registered as a village green, VG235. The 1.5-acre site was threatened… Read More

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The government’s 25-year plan for the environment

We are pleased that the government has at last published its 25-year plan for the environment.  It has many fine ambitions, which we applaud, and now we should like to… Read More

Roxlena: Long use and the 2001 foot-and-mouth disease outbreak

Cumbria County Council has successfully defended in the High Court [Roxlena Ltd, R (On the Application Of) v Cumbria County Council], its decision to make a definitive map modification order… Read More

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