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Montgomery Canal Restoration Archive - Pryces Bridge to Crickheath

 

2014 to date

The site runs from Pryces Bridge to Crickheath (Bridges 84 and 85), approximately 800 metres.

Phase 1A - June 2014 to date

CRT's first application for a newt licence was rejected by Natural England in October 2014. Following a second application, NE granted a licence for the first 85 metres from Pryces Bridge in May 2015. This was followed by a period of newt trapping and searching, which allowed us to start work in the channel in September. The main tasks for 2016 were the construction of a wharf wall and the re-construction of a culvert at a lower depth.

Phase 1B - August 2016 to date

Enabling work for Phase 1B began in August 2016 with the construction of compensatory newt habitat to allow a newt licence application for a further 115 m. This licence was granted in February 2017.

Work Party Reports

2017

Please see the main Restoration page for this year's reports

2016

March April May June July August September October November December
Restoration Review 2016
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June 2016
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November 2016

2015

May July August September October November
Restoration Review 2015
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July 2015
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October 2015

2014

June July August September October November
Restoration Review 2014
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August 2014
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October 2014

 

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