Why has the proposed sheugh not yet been approved in Northern ireland? Because the Northern Ireland Environment Agency has been asking hard questions. WI has very kindly put the answers on its website.
The newts are going to be evicted, the stables may have to go but the Orange Hall won’t be affected. Hours of interesting reading.
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