We have finally reached a position with the Hoveton saga, following a legal exchange between the respective groups
Martin Salter presented the following at the IFM conference held in Nov-21 on the history and challenges brought to bear on the Hoveton project.
Hoveton Great Broad – Minded to Consultation – 3 Temporary Fish Barriers, EPR/RB3557SW: Flood risk activity permit
Letter to BA Planning Committee. It follows a further planning application from Natural England in an attempt to avoid enforcement action BA/2021/0198/COND
Our response and objections with the permitting of Hoveton Great Broad Fish Barriers, following the “minded to” consultation issued by the agency
Campaign video highlighting the plight of Bream in the Northern Broads and impact on it’s wider ecosystem.
The EA gave us notice of a new submission flood risk permit application from Natural England has been received for the implementation of fish barriers on Hoveton Great Broad
ENDS eeporter Conor McGlone gives a view on the developments at Hoveton Great Broad
Anglers can today celebrate winning the first round in their battle to save an important bream spawning site in the Norfolk Broads.
The Claimants seek to bring a challenge by way of judicial review against the decision of the First Defendant (“the EA”), to grant a flood risk activity permit (“FRAP”) to the Second Defendant (“NE”) on 23 July 2020.