FISHERS GREEN COMMON

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Ricky Green has applied to the Secretary of State for Environment Food and Rural Affairs for consent under Section 38 of The Commons Act 2006. This is to carry out works on the common. The proposed works is for permission for a dropped kerb and a small tarmaced driveway of 9.5 metres x 3 metres, from the public highway over the common land to 12 Fishers Green, Stevenage, Herts.

THIS NOTICE IS NOT A DIFFERENT APPLICATION IT REPLACES THE NOTICE PUBLISHED ON 17th MAY 2018

Ricky Green has applied to the Secretary of State for Environment Food and Rural Affairs for consent under Section 38 of The Commons Act 2006. This is to carry out works on the common.

The Planning Inspectorate will decide the application on behalf of the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

The proposed works is for permission for a dropped kerb and a small tarmaced driveway of 9.5 metres x 3 metres, from the public highway over the common land to 12 Fishers Green, Stevenage, Herts.


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A copy of the application form under the Commons Act 2006 and accompanying documents showing all of the proposed works which will be placed on display for inspection at the Council Offices of Planning and Regulation, Daneshill House, Danestrete, Stevenage, Herts, SG1 1HN between normal working hours until 17th August 2018, also a copy of the application form can be obtained from Ricky Green at the address below.

Any representations should be sent in writing on or before that date to the Planning Inspectorate, Commons Team, 3F Temple Quay House, Temple Quay, Bristol, BS1 6PN or commonlandcasework@pins.gsi.gov.uk

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Representations sent to the Planning Inspectorate cannot be treated as confidential. They will be copied to the applicant and possibly to other interested parties.

5th July 2018

R. GREEN

12 Fishers Green,

Stevenage,

Herts,

SG1 2JA

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