View of open fields - Eastern Urban Development Extension
Open Quote

The hedgerows of West Manley Lane are afforded protection under the Hedgerow Regulations 1997... this importance relates to the botanical diversity of woody species and the association of protected and / or rare species of animals

Devon Wildlife Consultants Report 2009

Open Quote

Tiverton Grand Canal and its environs with its walking and cycling leisure opportunities is of great importance giving pleasure to locals and tourists as well as providing biodiversity and economic benefits for the local community

Devon Wildlife Consultants Report 2009

Latest News

Find out what's going on down West Manley Lane

Recent Wildlife News

By WMLCG - posted Apr 29th 2015 at 6:00PM

 By the end of April, the earlier warm weather had witnessed the return of summer visitors: Swallow, House martin, Common Whitethroat,...

Read More...

Planning Committee finally reaches its decision on the TEUE Outline Application 14/00881/MOUT

By WMLCG - posted Apr 29th 2015 at 5:45PM

Planning Committee finally reaches  its decision on the TEUE Outline Application 14/00881/MOUT

After deferred...

Read More...

Little Egret joins the increasing list of West Manley Lane birds

By WMLCG - posted Apr 6th 2015 at 10:15AM

Egrets in oak tree between West Manley Lane and Railway track.

For the 4th month running a little egret has been seen in the...

Read More...

Tidcombe Lane Fen SSSI under threat?

By WMLCG - posted Apr 5th 2015 at 11:30AM

Woods under threat

Britain's ancient woodland faces the greatest threat to its existance in decades owing to government planning laws, the Woodland Trust has warned. More than 500 ancient woods (woods that have existed since 1600) are...

Read More...

Food for thought

By WMLCG - posted Mar 8th 2015 at 11:15AM

According to Eddy Grundy in todays Archers omnibus, the flooding in Ambridge is due to 'all them new houses up at Hollerton, the rain ain't got anywhere to go'. Today in Ambridge tomorrow in West Manley Lane?

...

Read More...

New medieval find in EUE

By WMLCG - posted Mar 5th 2015 at 6:00PM

See Past and Present page: Historical Interest which show photographs of a medieval pilgrim's badge found in the locality...

Read More...

Proposed changes to WMLane Devon Banks/hedgerow to accommodation new housing development.

By WMLCG - posted Feb 25th 2015 at 10:00AM

Be sure to read the planned changes to Devon banks/hedgerows and the response by WML Conservation Group link this with the Hedgerow Survey reports all of which you will find in the Reports Section

Read More...

WMLCG Response to the designated Blundell's Conservation Area

By WMLCG - posted Dec 20th 2014 at 4:30PM

                                                                                       MID DEVON DISTRICT COUNCIL: PROPOSED BLUNDELL’S CONSERVATION AREA

...

Read More...

Planners to oversee sustainable urban drainage, government confirms 18 Dec 2014

By WMLCG - posted Dec 19th 2014 at 3:45PM

Planners to oversee sustainable urban drainage, government confirms

18 December 2014 by John Geoghegan ,...

Read More...

Blundells Conservation Area Update

By WMLCG - posted Aug 14th 2014 at 9:30AM

On page 21 of the Mid Devon Gazette, the article mentions the probability of the entire Railway Walk being included in the Blundells Conservation Area; a final decision will be made in September by the council.

Read More...

Pages

Back to top
 
© WMLCG