COUNTRYSIDE COUNCIL FOR WALES SITE OF SPECIAL SCIENTIFIC INTEREST: OPERATIONS REQUIRING CONSULTATION WITH THE COUNTRYSIDE COUNCIL FOR WALES SITE NAME:    The Parish Field, Cae'r Rhedyn SSSI UNITARY AUTHORITY:  Vale of Glamorgan DATE OF NOTIFICATION: 24 February 2011 The   operations   listed   below   may   damage   the   features   of   interest   of   The   Parish   Field,   Cae’r   Rhedyn   SSSI.   Before   any   of   these   operations   are undertaken   you   must   consult   CCW,   and   may   require   our   consent.   The   list   of   operations   is   not   a   prohibited   list.   It   is   usually   possible   to   carry   out some   of   these   operations   in   certain   ways,   or   at   specific   times   of   year,   or   on   certain   parts   of   the   SSSI,   without   damaging   the   features   of   interest.   If   you wish   to   carry   out   any   of   these   activities   please   contact   the   local   office   of   CCW.   A   Conservation   Officer   will   give   you   advice   and   where   appropriate issue   consent.   Please   help   us   by   using   the   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   interest.   Where   possible   the   Conservation   Officer   will   suggest alternative   ways   in   which   you   may   proceed,   which   would   enable   consent   to   be   issued.   To   proceed   without   CCW's   consent   may   constitute   an offence.      If   consent   is   refused,   or   conditions   attached   to   it,   which   are   not   acceptable   to   you,   you   will   be   provided   with   details   of   how   you   may   appeal to the National Assembly for Wales. Type of operation 1.  Cultivation, including ploughing, rotovating, harrowing and re-seeding. 2.  Grazing and alterations to the grazing  regime (including type of stock, intensity or seasonal pattern of grazing). 3.  Stock feeding.   4.  Mowing or cutting vegetation.   5.  Application of manure, slurry, silage liquor, fertilisers and lime. 6.  Application of pesticides, terrestrial and aquatic herbicides (weedkillers), and the use of veterinary products. 7.  Dumping, spreading or discharging of any materials. 8.  Burning.  9.  Release into the site of any wild, feral, captive-bred or domestic animal, plant, seed or micro-organism and any genetically modified organism. 10. Killing, injuring, taking or removal of  any wild animal, or the eggs/nests of any wild animal or the disturbing, taking, damaging or destroying of any wild animal in its place of shelter, excluding pest control. 11. Destruction, displacement, removal or  cutting of any plant  or plant remains, including tree, shrub, herb, hedge, dead or decaying wood, moss, lichen, fungus, leaf-mould and turf. 12. Tree management including planting, felling, pruning and tree surgery, thinning, coppicing, changes in species composition and removal of fallen timber. 13a. Drainage including moor-gripping, the use of mole, tile, tunnel or other artificial drains. 15. Digging of ditches, drains, ponds, pools, quarries or pits. 20. Extraction of minerals including hard rock, sand and gravel, topsoil, subsoil, chalk, lime and spoil. 21. Destruction, construction, removal, re-routing, or re-grading  of roads, tracks, walls, fences, hardstands, banks, ditches or other earthworks, including soil and rock exposures. 22.  Storage of materials. 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.  26.  Use of vehicles likely to damage the special features. 27.  Recreational activities likely to damage the special features. 28.  Game management and hunting practices. Notes: i.   This is a list of operations appearing to the CCW to be likely to damage the special features of this SSSI, as required under section 28(4)(b) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 as substituted by Schedule 9 to the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. ii.  Where an operation has been granted consent, licence or permission from another authority separate consent will not normally be required from CCW,  however you should always give notice to CCW prior to exercising such consent, licence or permission.    iii.  Any reference to animal in this list shall be taken to include any mammal, reptile, amphibian, bird, fish or invertebrate (including honey bees).