CYMRU COUNTRYSIDE COUNCIL FOR WALES
SITE OF SPECIAL SCIENTIFIC
INTEREST: OPERATIONS REQUIRING
CONSULTATION WITH THE COUNTRYSIDE COUNCIL FOR
SGISTIAU GLAS YNYS MÔN
DATE OF NOTIFICATION: 21
operations listed below may damage the features of interest of Sgistiau
Before any of these operations are undertaken you must consult CCW, and
require our consent. The
operations is not a prohibited list.
is usually possible to carry out some of these operations in certain
at specific times of year, or on certain parts of the SSSI, without
the features of interest. If you wish to carry out any of these
please contact the local office of CCW. A Conservation Officer will
advice and where appropriate issue a consent. Please help us by using
enclosed form to ask us for consent to carry out these operations.
In certain circumstances it will
not be possible to
consent these operations, because they would damage the features of
Where possible the Conservation Officer will suggest alternative ways
you may proceed, which would enable a consent to be issued. To proceed without CCW's
constitute an offence. If
refused, or conditions attached to it, which are not acceptable to you,
will be provided with details of how you may appeal to the National
Type of operation
spreading or discharging of any
12. Tree and/or woodland management, the introduction of tree and/or woodland management and alterations to tree and/or woodland management including planting, felling, pruning and tree surgery, thinning, coppicing, changes in species composition and removal of fallen timber.
15. Infilling or digging of quarries or pits.
20. Extraction of minerals.
21. Destruction, construction, removal, rerouting, or regrading of roads, tracks, walls, fences, hardstands, banks, ditches or other earthworks, including soil and rock exposures.
22. Storage of materials on or against rock faces or outcrops.
23. Erection of permanent or temporary structures or the undertaking of engineering works, including drilling or the laying, maintenance or removal of pipelines and cables, above or below ground.
24. Modification of natural or man-made features and clearance of boulders, large stones, loose rock or scree and the battering, buttressing or grading of geological exposures and cuttings (rock and soil) and infilling of pits and quarries.
Removal of geological
specimens, including rock and mineral samples.
iii. Any reference to animal in this list shall be taken to include any mammal, reptile, amphibian, bird, fish or invertebrate (including honey bees).