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Destruction of Hedgerow and new road entrance

Reported via desktop anonymously at 08:48, Tue 27 September 2022

Sent to Leeds City Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 3851110.

The landowner on Rakehill Road who owns the field on the southern side of the road immediately after the small commercial holding at the bottom of the Boyle, see attached photo, has torn down a hedge and made a new entrance into the field off the road which, as far as I know in light of the drainage ditch it crosses, is not a re-establishment of an old entrance and as far as I am aware there was no planning permission sought for this. It is further and unncecssary destruction of nature in the countrysinde. The filed is an agricultural field which has been divided up to be let to several horseowners. As far as I know there is nothing wrong with this as far as change of use is concerned as I do not think that the people who keep ther horses there ride them but I am disgusted by the unnecessary destriction of a well established hedgerow and trees which were in this location.

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