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Hedgerow Regulations 1997 - Exemptions

Subject: Hedgerow Regulations 1997 - Exemptions
From: Daniel Wynn
Date: Dec 23 2010 09:19:00
Dear Collective with agricultural knowledge/experience. 
 
I have a few questions:
 
Under Chapter 4 of the 'Guide' - 
"Exemptions 
To make a new opening in substitution for an existing one which gives access 
to land. "
 
So, how wide can the 'new' opening be? Which leads to the question: How 
big/wide is the bed for a machine that harvests crops such as Sweetcorn and 
is it normal or even reasonable to expect such a machine to be partially 
dismantled to gain access to adjacent fields during the harvest rush? 
 
I'd actually appreciate an informal chat with someone with a firm grip on 
agricultural operations of this nature.
 
Many thanks in advance
 
Dan Wynn
01273 XXXXXX
 
 

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