There are only a couple of days left to comment on the proposal to restore the meanders to the Latchmore water course with the aim of improving the environment for flora and fauna in the area. Natural England has declared the area in need of environmental improvement. You can read the Planning Application and associated documents HERE. Comments need to be made by 2 September 2016.
The second annual report for National Grid’s Visual Impact Provision project has been published and is now available to download.
Visual Impact Provision remains a unique infrastructure project – both in terms of its ambition to reduce the visual impact of existing high voltage electricity overhead transmission lines and because key decisions are being made by stakeholders who know and care about our landscape. There is one project local to us and consultations are underway with regard to removal of a stretch of overhead power-lines at Hale Purlieu.
The National Trust in partnership with Dorset Wildlife Trust and RSPB are running bird-watching boat trips, some landing on Brownsea Island, again this winter.
Dates and prices are as follows:
9.00 am Sunday 11 December 2016
9.00 am Sunday 29 January 2017
9.00 amSunday 12 February 2017
2½ hour Harbour Cruise (no landing) – Adult £15, under 17’s – £7.50,
9.00 am Sunday 20 November 2016
9.00 am Sunday 15 January 2017
10.00 am Wednesday 15 February 2017
4 Hour Harbour Cruise ilanding on Brownsea Island – Adult – £20, under 17’s – £10.00
If you would are interested in booking for one of the above please either phone 01202 707744 (option 8), or email:the National Trust.
If you would like the RSPB New Forest Local Group to arrange a block booking for members, please complete a Contact Us form giving three dates in order of preference.