The Wick Local Nature Reserve

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Green Space Action Plan Consultation

The Wick is located in the residential area of Marshalswick in St Albans, between Sandpit Lane and Marshal’s Drive. It is owned and managed by St Albans City & District Council with support from the Countryside Management Service and the Friends of The Wick.

A Draft Greenspace Action Plan (GAP) has been produced that will guide the management of this site over the next five years between 2017 and 2022 and we would to know what you think about the plans.

Consultation on this plan will run until Wednesday to 31st May 2017.

UPDATE 9th May - Thank you to all of those who have taking the time to read and comment on the Draft Greenspace Action Plan (GAP) for The Wick Local Nature Reserve. There has been a lot of public interest in the Draft GAP as a result we have extended the consultation period until the 31st May.

The consultation period is the chance for people to have their say on the proposals and/or suggest alternatives, these are proposals only and nothing is set in stone. Once the consultation period comes to an end the Council will collate the responses and discuss them with the Friends of the Wick, Ward Councillors and the Countryside Management Service. Any direct questions will be answered and further discussions with those that have commented on the plan will be held to clarify some of the proposals. The management plan will then be updated where applicable.

We have prepared some awnser to some of the most frequently asked question.


Please contact:Ellie Beach
By email:ellie.beach@hertfordshire.gov.uk
Closing date:EXTENDED to 31st May 2017
By Post:

Countryside Management Service Office (car park H)

Environment Department County Hall

Hertford

Hertfordshire

SG13 8DN



The Wick is a woodland and informal playing field with areas of meadow. It was designated as a Local Nature Reserve in 1995.   The site is situated in a residential area of St Albans, in the Marshalswick South ward.

The Council has recently produced a green spaces action plan in conjunction with The Friends of the Wick.

Date of last review: 11 May 2017