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Proposed works on Telscombe Tye Common (CL 2 and 23)

Proposed works on Telscombe Tye Common (CL 2 and 23)

Parish of Telscombe
East Sussex

Public Inquiry announced for July 4 into stock fenc ing 22,700 metres

An inspector appointed by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs will hold a public inquiry at Telscombe Civic Centre, 360 South Coast Road, Telscombe Cliffs, East Sussex BH10 7ES on Wednesday 4 July 2012 into an application by Telscombe Town Council for consent under section 38 of the Commons Act 2006 to carry out works on Telscombe Tye Common (CL 2 and 23).

The proposed works are: Stock fencing to cover 2700 metres. The fencing will be located on what is known as the ‘E piece’, a 9.41ha block of the Tye, located north east of the village of Telscombe.

The inquiry will begin at 10.00am on Wednesday 4 July 2012. Anyone can attend the inquiry. Anyone who wants to be heard on the subject matter of the application may, at the discretion of the inspector, give evidence at the inquiry or arrange for someone to do so on his/her behalf.

Copies of the application documents, representations, and plan can be inspected at Telscombe Civic Centre between the hours of 10.00 am and 4.00 pm weekdays (not public holidays) during the six weeks before the inquiry. They are also available on request from the Planning Inspectorate, Room 4/05, Kite Wing, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Temple Quay, Bristol BS1 6PN.

Council do not have any Title Deeds

According to Natalie Gardiner, Senior Legal Assistant, Legal and Democratic Services, East Sussex County Council these are all the documents the Council hold on Telscombe Tye.

Note. They do not have any Title Deeds !!!

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