9 thoughts on “Llangarron Parish Green Spaces, Hedgerows and Verges”

  1. I support the preservation of all the hedges featured on the Llangarron village map. I am not familiar enough with the hedges in other areas of the parish to comment knowledgeably.

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  2. It would be most helpful if you could publish what the purpose is of identifying hedgerows and green spaces. It is strange to expect any public comment if you do not explain why they are identified and how this may impact on the community. Once again i comment that the PC should hold consultations so that councillors can explain what they are proposing and why they are proposing it. Much better effort is required in establishing a message and engaging the whole community not just those that happen to find the parish website in a 4 or 5 day period. Your intentions may be admirable but communication and consultation is very poor. It may be fashionable in political circles to attempt to force through complex ideas and documents but it is not democracy.

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  3. Llangarron Parish Boundaries, Green Spaces, Hedgerows, Verges and footpaths-16 Oct ‘19

    Firstly I would thank all those involved in producing these and please accept my notes as comments and not criticism of the effort or time put in to produce them.

    Green Spaces etc

    Thank you for the work you have done on the ‘green spaces’. I welcome the fact we now have hedges and green spaces marked for Llancloudy, Llangrove and Three Ashes in addition to the original one for Llangarron. I believe these to be reasonable representations of the important Green Spaces, Hedgerows and Verges. I can make no improvement to the footpath list. I support these proposed ‘Green Spaces’ plans.

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  4. I support the preservation of all the hedges featured on the Llangarron village map.
    I do not live in the other villages so feel it is inappropriate to comment.

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  5. I support the preservation of ALL the parish’s hedges. I live in Llangarron but support preservation of hedges across ALL our villages for environmental reasons.

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  6. Firstly, well done on all the hard work to produce this plan – very much appreciated. We have one proposal regarding hedgerows in Llangrove.

    Currently, the hedge opposite the Royal Arms is marked for preservation, which is absolutely correct. However, the stretch of hedge that continues West to Old Shoppe Cottage boundary has not been included. Whilst this is scraggy one parts, it is in fact an ancient hedge which appears on our deeds as far back as the early 19th century. As such, we recommend that the green line of preserved hedge be extended the additional 80, or so, metres accordingly.

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  7. We support the preservation of all the hedges featured on the Llangarron village map, however we do not live in the other villages/hamlets and therefore feel it is inappropriate for us to comment.

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  8. Thank you very much for producing the document with the proposed green spaces and providing parishioners with the opportunity to comment on them.

    I support the preservation of the green spaces, hedges and verges, as proposed.

    I think that preserving them is important for the following reasons:-

    the green spaces, hedges and verges are an integral part of the landscape, character and historic setting of the villages and the parish itself. They form an important part of the nature of the parish as a whole and of the views within and of the parish and its villages

    these green features are also extremely important for wildlife and the biosphere, providing important habitats. Reducing or removing them would have negative environmental and ecological impacts.

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  9. Green spaces comments

    Thank you very much for producing the document with the proposed green spaces and providing parishioners with the opportunity to comment on them.

    I support the preservation of the green spaces, hedges and verges, as proposed.

    I think that preserving them is important for the following reasons:-

    the green spaces, hedges and verges are an integral part of the landscape, character and historic setting of the villages and the parish itself. They form an important part of the nature of the parish as a whole and of the views within and of the parish and its villages

    these green features are also extremely important for wildlife and the biosphere, providing important habitats. Reducing or removing them would have negative environmental and ecological impacts.

    hedges and other green spaces have been scientifically proven to play a significant part in reducing the frequency and impact of flooding. Given the problems with flooding and drainage in the parish it is vital that these features are preserved.

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