Dear Forestry Commission,
Under the terms of the Freedom of Information legislation I would like to request information on grant applications received from Sheffield Wildlife Trust since January 2007.
I would like to see details of applications received and any correspondence between Sheffield Wildlife Trust and the Forestry Commission relating to grant applications
Dear Mr Fitzmaurice,
Please find enclosed copies of WIG Calculators and the concept map for
the current application we have for Blackamoor that is currently on the
public register the abridged contract text (without trustees address
etc) is still on the public register and I believe you have a copy of
Further to your enquiry under the Freedom of Information Act would you
mind writing to me to confirm that it is actually Blackamoor and Wyming
brook that you are specifically interested in so that I can respond to
this as quickly as possible.
Peak District, Lowland Derbyshire and West Nott's
Direct Line: 03000602198
Mobile No: 07765220394
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Dear Galletly, Tristan,
I confirm that it is Blacka Moor and Wyming brook sites that I am interested in.
Dear Mr Fitzmaurice
Please find attached letter and supporting correspondence with regards
your request for information.
Grants & Regulations Manager
East Midlands Region
Protecting and expanding England's forests and woodlands, and increasing
their value to society and the environment.
Dear Riddle, Neil,
Further to my recent FOI request relating to Sheffield Wildlife Trust's grant applications on Blacka Moor, I understand that certain elements of the applications have now been withdrawn rendering some of the information received no longer accurate. I would now like to see details of the withdrawal and any other updated information relating to this grant in the light of the changes.
Dear Mr Fitzmaurice,
Having considered the various consultation responses we received for
EWGS 24690 Sheffield Wildlife Trust decided to remove the bridle-path
construction from this scheme. The Peak District National Park
Authority have considered that this part of the proposal requires
planning permission as it stands.
We are minded to proceed with the rest of the scheme given strong
support from Natural England and indications from the RSPB that the
small scale nature of the proposals will benefit several of the target
woodland bird species in the East Midlands Woodland Bird Project.
Attached to this e-mail is your consultation response with comments in
green from Sheffield Wildlife Trust and comments in red from me. Also
attached are supporting letters from Natural England and the RSPB.
Peak District, Lowland Derbyshire and West Nott's Direct Line:
03000602198 Mobile No: 07765220394
Thank you for providing further answers to my request and for the responses to my comments.
Unfortunately work was started to the bridleway before that part of the application was withdrawn, resulting in a mess that shows no promise of being restored close to the car park. If you are passing this way please have a look.