monitoring and recording of SSSI condition

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Dear Natural England,

I note from your section 4.13 of NEB PU34 03 your review of monitoring and recording of SSSI condition.

It states "we formulated a series of questions relating to the assessment, monitoring and recording of SSSI condition (which the Board had asked the ARC to review)"

I would be grateful if you can release these questions and any supporting documentation including papers for the March workshop referred to in this note.

Yours

Michael M

FOI (NE), Natural England

Dear Michael M

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Thank you for your request for information below, which we received on 18 April 2013. We are dealing with your request under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

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Access to Information Unit
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FOI (NE), Natural England

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Dear Michael M,

Please find attached a letter in relation to your request for information.

Regards,

Sarah

Sarah Waterfield
Lead Adviser – Information Access
Customer Service Team

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Green, Darren (NE), Natural England

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Dear Michael M

Access to information request – Provision of all requested information –
Request no 1957

Thank you for your request for the questions referenced in section 4.13 of
NEB PU34 03, which we received on 18 April 2013. Your request has been
considered underand the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

Please accept my apologies for the delay in replying.

Please find attached.

<<NEB W34 01 Annex 6 - ARC SSSI Condition responses.pdf>>

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Yours

Darren

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