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for spray irrigation. This application is in effect for a renewal of Licence 6/33/58/175 which expires on 30th September 1995 with no increase in the annual abstraction. A copy of the application and any map plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at The Manor Farm, East Winch, Kings Lynn between 21st July 1995 and 21st August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the applicataion should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>G. A. Hall,</i>
TF69921470 at East Winch. The propose is to abstract water at the following rates: 150 cubic metres per hour, 1,100 cubic metre per day, 90,900 cubic metres between April and September each year. The water will be used for spray irrigation. This application is in effect for a renewal of Licence 6/33/58/175 which expires on 30th September 1995 with no increase in the annual abstraction. A copy of the application and any map plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at The Manor Farm, East Winch, Kings Lynn between 21st July 1995 and 21st August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the applicataion should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>G. A. Hall,</i>
ANGLIAN REGION
: 150 cubic metres per hour, 1,100 cubic metre per day, 90,900 cubic metres between April and September each year.
A. R. Wilson Ltd
The Manor Farm, East Winch, Kings Lynn, Norfolk
the underground strata Sandringham Sands
10056 THE LONDON GAZETTE, 21ST JULY 1995 NATIONAL RIVERS AUTHORITY ANGLIAN REGION <i>Notice of application for a licence to abstract water</i> Take notice that A. R. Wilson Ltd of The Manor Farm, East Winch, Kings Lynn, Norfolk is applying to the National Rivers Authority for a licence to abstract water from the underground strata Sandringham Sands at National Grid Reference TF69921470 at East Winch. The propose is to abstract water at the following rates: 150 cubic metres per hour, 1,100 cubic metre per day, 90,900 cubic metres between April and September each year. The water will be used for spray irrigation. This application is in effect for a renewal of Licence 6/33/58/175 which expires on 30th September 1995 with no increase in the annual abstraction. A copy of the application and any map plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at The Manor Farm, East Winch, Kings Lynn between 21st July 1995 and 21st August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the applicataion should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>G. A. Hall,</i>
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for spraying crops (renewal of Licence No. 6/33/4/86/10 with no increased quantities). A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at Easton Neston Estate Offices, Towcester, Northants between 24th July and 21st August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntington PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>R. W. Harris,</i>
(s) SP702486, SP706486, SP717486 and SP728477 at Waterhall, Towcester, Northamptonshire, Heathencote Farm, Towcester, Northamptonshire. The proposal is to abstract water at the following rates: 86.4 cubic metres per hour, 1,030 cubic metres per day, 61,780 cubic metres per year between 1st April and 31st October each year. The water will be used for spraying crops (renewal of Licence No. 6/33/4/86/10 with no increased quantities). A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at Easton Neston Estate Offices, Towcester, Northants between 24th July and 21st August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntington PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>R. W. Harris,</i>
ANGLIAN REGION
: 86.4 cubic metres per hour, 1,030 cubic metres per day, 61,780 cubic metres per year between 1st April and 31st October each year.
Fermor Hesketh Estates
Eastpn Neston, Towcester, Northants NN12 7HS
the River Tove
21st July 1995. (745) NATIONAL RIVERS AUTHORITY ANGLIAN REGION <i>Notice of application for a licence to abstract water</i> Take notice that Fermor Hesketh Estates of Eastpn Neston, Towcester, Northants NN12 7HS is applying to the National Rivers Authority for a licence to abstract water from the River Tove at between National Grid Reference(s) SP702486, SP706486, SP717486 and SP728477 at Waterhall, Towcester, Northamptonshire, Heathencote Farm, Towcester, Northamptonshire. The proposal is to abstract water at the following rates: 86.4 cubic metres per hour, 1,030 cubic metres per day, 61,780 cubic metres per year between 1st April and 31st October each year. The water will be used for spraying crops (renewal of Licence No. 6/33/4/86/10 with no increased quantities). A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at Easton Neston Estate Offices, Towcester, Northants between 24th July and 21st August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntington PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>R. W. Harris,</i>
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for spray irrigation of outdoor crops. The application is for a licence to replace expiring licence 6/33/19/380 with no changes, except to reduce the area of land irrigated. A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at The N.F.U. Office, Station Road, Biggleswade, Beds SG18 8AH between 21st July 1995 and 19th August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the applicataion should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>R. W. Dunham</i>
TL194 476 at Sandy Warren, in the Parish of Sandy, in the district of Mid-Bedfordshire. The proposal is to abstract water at the following rates: 27.3 cubic metres per hour, 227 cubic metres per day, 13,200 cubic metres between April and October each year. The water will be used for spray irrigation of outdoor crops. The application is for a licence to replace expiring licence 6/33/19/380 with no changes, except to reduce the area of land irrigated. A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at The N.F.U. Office, Station Road, Biggleswade, Beds SG18 8AH between 21st July 1995 and 19th August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the applicataion should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>R. W. Dunham</i>
ANGLIAN REGION
: 27.3 cubic metres per hour, 227 cubic metres per day, 13,200 cubic metres between April and October each year.
R. W. Dunham
Willow Farm, Beeston Green, Sandy, Beds SG191PF
Greensand
21st July 1995. NATIONAL RIVERS AUTHORITY ANGLIAN REGION <i>Notice of application for a licence to abstract water</i> Take notice that R. W. Dunham of Willow Farm, Beeston Green, Sandy, Beds SG191PF is applying to the National Rivers Authority for a licence to abstract water from Greensand at National Grid Reference TL194 476 at Sandy Warren, in the Parish of Sandy, in the district of Mid-Bedfordshire. The proposal is to abstract water at the following rates: 27.3 cubic metres per hour, 227 cubic metres per day, 13,200 cubic metres between April and October each year. The water will be used for spray irrigation of outdoor crops. The application is for a licence to replace expiring licence 6/33/19/380 with no changes, except to reduce the area of land irrigated. A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at The N.F.U. Office, Station Road, Biggleswade, Beds SG18 8AH between 21st July 1995 and 19th August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the applicataion should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>R. W. Dunham</i>
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for spray irrigation. This application is in effect for a renewal of Licence 6/33/58/175 which expires on 30th September 1995 with no increase in the annual abstraction. A copy of the application and any map plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at The Manor Farm, East Winch, Kings Lynn between 21st July 1995 and 21st August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>GA. Hall</i>
TF69921470 at East Winch. The proposal is to abstract water at the following rates: 50 cubic metres per hour, 1,100 cubic metres per day, 90,900 cubic metres between April and September each year. The water will be used for spray irrigation. This application is in effect for a renewal of Licence 6/33/58/175 which expires on 30th September 1995 with no increase in the annual abstraction. A copy of the application and any map plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at The Manor Farm, East Winch, Kings Lynn between 21st July 1995 and 21st August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>GA. Hall</i>
ANGLIAN REGION
: 50 cubic metres per hour, 1,100 cubic metres per day, 90,900 cubic metres between April and September each year.
A. R. Wilson Ltd
The Manor Farm, East Winch, Kings Lynn, Norfolk
the underground strata, Sandringham Sands
NATIONAL RIVERS AUTHORITY ANGLIAN REGION <i>Notice of application for a licence to abstract water</i> Take notice that A. R. Wilson Ltd of The Manor Farm, East Winch, Kings Lynn, Norfolk is applying to the National Rivers Authority for a licence to abstract water from the underground strata, Sandringham Sands at National Grid Reference TF69921470 at East Winch. The proposal is to abstract water at the following rates: 50 cubic metres per hour, 1,100 cubic metres per day, 90,900 cubic metres between April and September each year. The water will be used for spray irrigation. This application is in effect for a renewal of Licence 6/33/58/175 which expires on 30th September 1995 with no increase in the annual abstraction. A copy of the application and any map plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at The Manor Farm, East Winch, Kings Lynn between 21st July 1995 and 21st August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>GA. Hall</i>
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for spray irrigation of agricultural crops and is an application to renew Licence 6/33/53/S/386 which expires on 31st October. A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at Winsbury, Station Road, Holme, as above between 21st July and 19th August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon, PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>G. P. Bliss,</i>
s from TL226902 through TL237904 to TL238896 and from TL230903 through TL232891 to TL223890 at Holme Fen, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. The proposal is to abstract water at the following rates: 80 cubic metres per hour, 1,500 cubic metres per day, 30,000 cubic metres per year between March and October. The water will be used for spray irrigation of agricultural crops and is an application to renew Licence 6/33/53/S/386 which expires on 31st October. A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at Winsbury, Station Road, Holme, as above between 21st July and 19th August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon, PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>G. P. Bliss,</i>
ANGLIAN REGION
: 80 cubic metres per hour, 1,500 cubic metres per day, 30,000 cubic metres per year between March and October.
F I Bliss Limited
Winsbury, Station Road, Holme, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Holme Fen Engine Drain, River Nene (Old Course) Cross Drain and drains on Engine Farm
21st July 1995. (730) NATIONAL RIVERS AUTHORITY ANGLIAN REGION <i>Notice of application for a licence to abstract water</i> Take notice that F I Bliss Limited of Winsbury, Station Road, Holme, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire is applying to the National Rivers Authority for a licence to abstract water from Holme Fen Engine Drain, River Nene (Old Course) Cross Drain and drains on Engine Farm at any point between the following National Grid References from TL226902 through TL237904 to TL238896 and from TL230903 through TL232891 to TL223890 at Holme Fen, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. The proposal is to abstract water at the following rates: 80 cubic metres per hour, 1,500 cubic metres per day, 30,000 cubic metres per year between March and October. The water will be used for spray irrigation of agricultural crops and is an application to renew Licence 6/33/53/S/386 which expires on 31st October. A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at Winsbury, Station Road, Holme, as above between 21st July and 19th August 1995. Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon, PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>G. P. Bliss,</i>
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for irrigation of agricultural crops and the application is for renewal of Licence 6/33/53/S/389 which expires on 30th September. A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at Marshalls Farm as above between 21st July and 19th August 1995 Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>G. K. Bowd,</i>
s TL208927 and TL211925, between TL209926, TL211929 and TL210930 at point TL212945 and between TL218930, TL221933 and TL218935 at Farcet Fen, Peterborough. The proposal is to abstract water at the following rates: 54 cubic metres per hour, 645 cubic metres per day, 15,000 cubic metres per year between March and September. The water will be used for irrigation of agricultural crops and the application is for renewal of Licence 6/33/53/S/389 which expires on 30th September. A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at Marshalls Farm as above between 21st July and 19th August 1995 Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>G. K. Bowd,</i>
ANGLIAN REGION
: 54 cubic metres per hour, 645 cubic metres per day, 15,000 cubic metres per year between March and September.
G. K. & E. L. Bowd
Marshalls Farm, Conquest Drove, Farcet Fen, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
the Conquest Lode and adjoining drains, the Kings Delph Drove drain and unnamed drains between National Grid References TL208927 and TL211925, between TL209926, TL211929 and TL210930
(741) (725) 14th July 1995. NATIONAL RIVERS AUTHORITY ANGLIAN REGION <i>Notice of application for a licence to abstract water</i> Take notice that G. K. & E. L. Bowd of Marshalls Farm, Conquest Drove, Farcet Fen, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire is applying to the National Rivers Authority for a licence to abstract water from the Conquest Lode and adjoining drains, the Kings Delph Drove drain and unnamed drains between National Grid References TL208927 and TL211925, between TL209926, TL211929 and TL210930 at point TL212945 and between TL218930, TL221933 and TL218935 at Farcet Fen, Peterborough. The proposal is to abstract water at the following rates: 54 cubic metres per hour, 645 cubic metres per day, 15,000 cubic metres per year between March and September. The water will be used for irrigation of agricultural crops and the application is for renewal of Licence 6/33/53/S/389 which expires on 30th September. A copy of the application and any map, plans and other documents submitted with it may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours at Marshalls Farm as above between 21st July and 19th August 1995 Any person who wishes to make representations about the application should do so in writing to the National Rivers Authority, Anglian Region, Central Area, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon PE18 8NE before the end of the said period. <i>G. K. Bowd,</i>
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