what does the group doThe Footpath, Wildlife and Environment Group had a wide remit which included everything from identifying how best to preserve the beauty and amenity of Cradley and Storridge, and in particular the protection of areas of valued wildlife habitat, to consideration of the impacts from the 2007 flood and how these might be prevented in the future. Other issues that were explored included the further improvement of waste management in the Parish and an audit of the footpaths and public rights of way within the Parish so that concerns regarding usability and access could be identified. Extensive consultation has already taken place, and will continue, with various agencies and contacts, including representatives from Herefordshire County Council (Head of Highways, Rights of Way Maintenance Manager, Recycling Officer and Highways Network Manager) and also our local councilor.
Review of the Results of the Footpaths, Wildlife and Environment section of the Questionnaire december 2009Planning for real analysis november 2009Footpath survey Amos-Ayden 2008-2009Footpath survey harries 2008-2009reports of the footpaths, wildlife and environment group
report 27th july 2009questionnaire results 1st december 2009