Mayer Brown worked closely with the Client and their team of ecologists, planners and engineers to collate a CEMP. Whilst identifying the site constraints and the required environmental standards, the CEMP also clarified the planning and control of works necessary to discharge the council’s conditions. It included a No Dig Method Statement for the construction of the footpath, set out the Construction Traffic Management required to protect on-site pedestrians and the training, awareness and competence that will be required from the appointed contractor when works commence.
It is anticipated that with these measures in place, the Client will be better able to manage the challenging balance of allowing wider public access to the woodland in the future whilst protecting the important bio-diveristy and SINC status of Dashwood.
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