Unit in seven parts, located north and south of Nettlebed.
Disputed and part excluded. There are 7 claims to rights of access, a claim by Thames Valley Water to maintain water mains and have access to reservoir, and a claim to maintain sewers by the District Council.
Part owned by one private owner. Part owned jointly by threeexecutors on behalf of one private owner.
Final.Owners registered by application.
Cattle, sheep, horses and donkeys.
Estovers (11) Turbary (8) Chalk (1)
Rights entries not disputed. Estovers include an entryfor bracken and leaf mould.
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - The Chilterns
Site of Special Scientific Interest - Priests Hill
Managed and preserved by The Nettlebed andDistrict Commons Conservators as a public open space in accordance with theNettlebed and District Commons (Preservation) Act 1906. In land section notesthere is a claim to the manorial rights together with rents
|Common Land Name||Nettlebed, Kingwood and Peppard Commons and other land.|
|Parish||Highmoor, Nettlebed and Rotherfield Peppard|
|TVG Reg #||38|
|Area||227.67 hectares / 562.58 acres|
|Ordnance Survey Sheet #||175|
|OS 100km Grid Square||SU78|
|OS Grid Ref||470500,186000|
Data recorded May, 1986.
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