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RE: Guidance on Hedge translocation

Subject: RE: Guidance on Hedge translocation
From: Phillip Hibbs
Date: Aug 03 2006 12:22:12
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Dom wrote ...

(95%) will get refused purely on the historical data alone. I can't
imagine that anywhere else in the country would come close to that....


I would agree with you, we did some research here in the Yorkshire Dales
National Park and found that  67% of our hedgerows (although we don't
have that many hedgerows as we are predominatley dry stone walls) met
with criterion 5 of the hedgerow regs, ie part of a pre enclosure field
sytem, (pre 1845).

This tallies with some government research carried out earlier that
found on average across 10 areas in the UK, 62% of hedgerows met the
same criterion.


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