Have designed to curtail the weed this year, in five defined areas.
- Site 1: The 'Far Field boundary' between the higher and lower parts that in roughly defined by the lower field's eastern drainage channel.
- Site 2: The areas A to H that are being cleared of Giant Hogweed
- Site 3: The top and just 'East of Bund' to the boat, to stop spread to marsh to the west.
- Site 4: 'West of Bund' west of the bund, some 20metres wide, that has for years been cleared.
- Site 5: The new extended growth covering an acre in the East of the Marsh, just west of the above.
3rd June 12:08
Have just sent Hugh Tyler of Natural England and email linking to and containing the map and details, which are now on the ELF website.
What could be done is all the rest of the marsh to ensure it is not spreading
What isn't being done is the mass on the lower fields north of the boat including the bunds adjacent the river.
Two were removed from Site A on 18th May. Lost exact details of those removed from Site EoB
Each year it is notable how much soil is lost to the river largely from the copse. The bund has all but gone for some 100metres and soil is washed out.
In some areas as much as 10 metres in land have all but gone.
I will contact the Environment Agency to establish a boundary as of a map, via GPS data now and contact the harbour master about navigation rights or see law. Both
Subject: Roger Lovejoy v. Mr and Mrs Townsend (case 7PL04294)
From: Roger Lovejoy
Date: Sun, 25 May 2008 01:15:03
Dear Tanya Johnson.
I have just received you letter of 23rd, wherein you ask me to discuss the possibility of mediation.
My first query is how do you envisage the mediation? Is it a meeting amongst all parties and yourself, or do you usually have separate meeting with each party and where would you consider having such meetings? Would they/could they be done by correspondence?
Would you also tell me when you were first assigned to this case and have you had the time to read all the bundles etc.
Mediation would be preferable, socially, but the defendants have shied away from responding to any representations in the past.
I look forward to your views and suggestions as to how mediation may be undertaken.
Thank you very much for your offer.