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  • Penyrenglyn Coal Tip Risk Management and Forest Operation

    This is an update on works currently underway and planned by Natural Resources Wales in the Penyrenglyn area. Coal tip risk management Penyrenglyn has a coal tip on the hillside and is located within the area of our tree felling operation. This coal tip is one of our top priority sites to undertake remedial drainage intervention work to reduce the risk of landslip. Many disused coal tips have drainage systems to reduce water content. No such system is in place... More
    Opened 29 November 2023
  • Old Castle Down SSSI - Grazing to Help Wildlife

    Cliciwch yma i ddarllen y dudalen yn Gymraeg / Click here to read this page in Welsh Old Castle Down Old Castle Down is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) due to several distinct features including limestone grassland, limestone heath and humid heath. The variation in these plant communities reflects the changes in the calcium carbonate content of the soils. On the west side of the B4265 the calcareous grassland is dominated by sheep’s fescue grass... More
    Opened 23 September 2023
  • Sign up to join our Flood Warning User Panel

    We are working to improve the Flood Warning Information Service. We need your help to make the service work for you. You can help shape the future of the service by sharing your views and experiences. Please sign up to join our Flood Warning User Panel. This means you will be given the opportunity to take part in user research. This might be surveys, emailed questions, or conversations with a member of our team. Signing up does not commit you to anything. Anyone can sign up to take... More
    Opened 5 July 2023
  • Upcoming forestry and land management work, Northern and Southern Wye woodlands, Monmouthshire

    What work is taking place? Forest Operations Extensive felling operations are beginning in the Wye Valley to remove approximately 133 hectares of larch trees, from Manor wood, Beacon Hill, Whitestone and The Fedw woodlands, which are infected with Phytophthora ramorum . More commonly known as Larch disease, Phytophthora ramorum, is a fungus-like disease which can cause extensive damage and mortality to wide range of trees and other plants. Larch... More
    Opened 24 May 2022
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