Sunday, June 6, 2010

Grove Wood - nature reserve plan goes to Cabinet

On Thursday 10th June, the Cabinet of Bristol City Council will consider a proposal to turn Grove Wood into a formal nature reserve.
If the paper being put forward is approved, the council seeks to enter into an agreement with the landowner of Grove Wood and declare and manage the site as a Local Nature Reserve in consultation with Natural England.
If that does not prove possible, then the Council will apply for a Compulsory Purchase Order to acquire the site for the purpose of a Local Nature Reserve.

The nature reserve model has already worked well in this area at Royate Hill, and I'm sure this one will be just as successful.

2 comments:

林淑淳 said...

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Anonymous said...

This is slightly off topic here - I can't find anywhere else to post it and feel it has to be said! Could you pass on our thanks to Muriel for arranging a notice board on Baileys Mead Road. She got it sorted in record time and is now in sterling service for the active community there. Thanks from the Residents of Glendale Grange.