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RE: Woodland Track Construction - Planning Controls ?

Subject: RE: Woodland Track Construction - Planning Controls ?
From: Matthew Searle Acting Head of Natural Environment ESH
Date: Dec 17 2009 18:37:26
Hi Moray,

 

I'm very much 'Arb' rather than 'Forestry', but I suspect this refers to
The Forestry Commission's responsibility in administering the
Environmental Impact Assessment (Forestry) (Eng AND Wales) Regs 1999.
These affect 4 types of forestry operations (Afforestation,
Deforestation, forestry quarries- and yes, you've guessed it - 'Forest
Roads'). These Regs give each of these operations an area threshold.
Don't know the details -take a look at the regs!

 

Matt

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Environment Sustainability and Highways

 

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-----Original Message-----
From: Moray.Simpson@xxxxxxxx.gov.uk [mailto:Moray.Simpson@xxxxxxxx.gov.uk]

Sent: 17 December 2009 17:43
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Re: Woodland Track Construction - Planning Controls ?

 

Hi

 

Another Officer with another authority has asked the question (below) re
track building for woodlands being exempt from planning control. I don't
know answer, but hopefully someone out there does.

 

Thanks 

 

Moray

 

I have been receiving consultations from the Forestry Commission
regarding

the Better Woodlands for Wales Scheme. Within the consultations the

indicative work types include the usual thinning, woodland management,

however very often there is included 'track building'. 

 

I have gone back to the Forestry Commission and stated that aside from
any

comments upon trees, track building may require prior notification (The
Town

and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995,
Schedule 2,

Part 7 (Forestry Buildings and Operations)) to be submitted to the
planning

department. At the moment they are still looking into it for me. 

 

I am unsure whether the BWW scheme is exempt as the woodlands may not be

classed as 'forestry', however I wonder whether yourself or anyone else
in

planning in Wrexham has come across this one?

 

 

 

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