information request for land at Kiln Lane Eastleigh and all correspondence about said land

Derek Moore made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Natural England

This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened.

Roedd y cais yn llwyddiannus.

Dear Natural England,

Thank you for the information sent to date. I believe I may need to re submit my request to be more general, as a lot of the information I was looking for was not under the heading of "fishermen" and left out a lot of important correspondence. Please could I have copies of all correspondence about this plot of land

Yours faithfully,

Derek Moore

Dear Natural England,

please could you forward the information requested

Yours faithfully,

Derek Moore

SM-NE-FOI (NE), Natural England

Dear Mr Moore

Environmental Information Regulations 2004 – Extension of time – RFI 5090

Thank you for your email, I am writing to advise you that the time limit for responding to your request for information under the Environmental Information Regulations, which we received on 31 May 2020, needs to be extended.

The Regulations allow us 20 working days to respond to your request from the date of its receipt. However, it is occasionally necessary to extend the 20 working day time limit for issuing a response. In this case, I regret that we must extend the time limit for responding by 20 days to 27 July 2020 because of the voluminous nature of the request, although we hope to reply sooner.

If you have any queries about this email, please contact me.

Yours sincerely

Kate Donovan
Adviser - Access to Information
Legal & Governance Team

Natural England
Email: [Natural England request email]

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SM-NE-FOI (NE), Natural England

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Dear Mr Moore

 

Please find attached our response to your request for information
considered under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Kate Donovan

Adviser - Access to Information

Legal & Governance Team

 

Natural England

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In amongst the myriad of items in the RFI 5090 Response documents.zip there is the 'FW Natural England Site Visit Report (April 3rd 2019) (14)_Redacted.pdf', which in turn contains a document entitled:

"Natural England Technical Information Note TIN088
Illustrated guide managing neutral pasture for wildlife"

which contains inter alia the following assertions:

"There is little or no cover for invertebrates and mammals and the bare ground will encourage germination of annual plants including notifiable weeds such as thistle, dock and ragwort." (page 3)
and
"These gaps will be gradually covered over by germinating seeds and growth of neighbouring plants. However, too much bare ground can encourage germination of notifiable weeds such as thistle, ragwort and dock." (page 4)

There is no such thing in England as a 'notifiable weed', nor has there ever been. Thistles, docks and ragwort are native wildflowers that one would expect to find in English pasture that is not intensively managed.