Type of issues to be addressed under this heading:

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1 Continued protection for designated sites
2 Protection of what we already have
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6 What is our plan here - what can we do?
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9 Yes
10 One of our greatest assets is the beautiful countryside which must be protected & allowed to be as diverse as possible.
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13 This must be preserved & safeguarded.
14 Maintaining views out of the village & rights of way/paths into the countryside.
Assessing character of build heritage & developing design standards/criteria.
15 Keep it open & visible.
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17 [The response numbered 17 proved to be a front sheet only]
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19 Footpaths maintenance.
Appropriate licensed premises.
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22 Keep it up.
23 More regular surveys and activity.
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26 Include.
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30 Include.
31 Include
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33 Cooperate with landowners and encourage land management measures to conserve biodiversity.
34 Keep areas as natural as possible.
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43 include
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46 Keep hedgerows and open spaces for birds,badger,deer.
47 see section 2
48 All of the above headings as listed are important.
49 Encourage the natural world around us.
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52 As above ( see Land use)
53 3) Natural environment- Although Puddledock Lane is nice with its trees, the stretch between Sutton Road and 'Little Acorns' / Cornhill Way area does need access for removal vans, dust bin collection, on-line deliveries. I mean that the trees and hedges need maintenance. It is also very dark at night. Lights?
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62 Maintain status quo.
63 Keep as much greeenery, leafy lanes and fields as possible to keep wild life and enhance the village.
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66 Maintain protect green spaces, ensure decent garden sizes on new builds.
67 Policies to enhance & preserve
68 Ensure protected areas kept especially West Hill and East Hill
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70 Try to ensure the ducks are fed , healthy and the river not polluted by bread.
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74 Again, if we didn’t have an active biodiversity team we’d want to invent one - we have some lovely countryside around us.  Perhaps those involved need on-going support – especially if they can find some greater-crested newts that we can relocate to potential building plots ;-)
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