LANDSCLINKS TO NEWS ITEMS BELOW
FROM PENWITH TO PARLIAMENT (09/03/2018) NEW
MORE ON CARNYORTH CONSULTATION (12/01/2018)
RESPONSES TO CARNYORTH CONSULTATION (19/12/2017)
TWO DOCUMENTS SENT TO GOVERNMENT MINISTER (11/11/2017)
FINAL CONSULTATION SUBMISSION (28/09/2017)
PUBLIC CONSULTATION (13/09/2017)
The Environmental Audit Committee, an all-party 16 member House of Commons Select Committee chaired by Mary Creagh MP, is conducting an inquiry into the Government’s 25-Year Environment Plan 'A Green Future: Our 25 Year Plan to Improve the Environment', and has now published the many written submissions made to it.
ADDED Friday 12th January 2018
Series of exchanges between SPM and Natural England. Click HERE
ADDED Tuesday 19th December 2017
RESPONSES TO CARNYORTH CONSULTATION
ADDED Saturday 11th November 2017
Two documents have been sent by SPM to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
ADDED Thursday 28th September 2017
ADDED Wednesday 13th September 2017
A new Countryside Stewardship [NELMS] agreement is expected to start on 1st January 2018 and, as the location is now registered common land, there will be a public consultation with 18 ‘stakeholder’ organisations including Save Penwith Moors.
[Other consultees are Historic England (south west); Cornwall and Scilly Historic Environment Record; St Just Town Council; Open Spaces; CC Countryside Access Team; Cornwall AONB; Arqiva - Infrastructure and Media Services for TV, Radio, Mobile etc; Derek Thomas MP; Cornwall Wildlife Trust; PAROW; British Horse Society; Ramblers; CASPN; RSPB; Cornwall Butterfly Conservation; British Trust for Ornithology; Natural England.]