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I hear on the radio this morning (I suppose its true, you never can tell, given the date) that the South Downs that run along the south coast of the UK have become a national park.

 

South Downs National Park Authority - Homepage

 

When I lived in the dartmoor national park, we had plenty of hoops to jump through when we wanted to do tree work.

 

Looking back it may not really have been all that nessessary.

 

Has anyone ever got themselves into national-park-hot-water?

 

Or are they really just a pretty toothless planning authority?

 

cheers mate :thumbup::thumbup:

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Oop 'ere in't Yorkshire Dales NP plenty of butchery goes on. Only once have I heard of any action been taken by the Park Authority. They have the power to act, but sadly fail to. Maybe they are scared of Yorkshire farmers!

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