Islands Common and Lammas Meadow

Common land located in St. Neots, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.

Information

Located adjacent to River Great Ouse, on N.W. edge of St. Neots

Ownership

Not disputed.

Part owned by St Neots Urban District Council. Part owned by oneprivate owner. Remainder owned by one private owner.

Final.Owners registered by application.

Rights

Horses and cattle.

Sand, gravel, mould and earth (1) (on Islands common)

Rights originally disputed, but objection withdrawn.Grazing limited: Island Common: 1st May to 1st January, Lammas Meadow: 1st August to 1st April. Rights are not attached to any land. (See note below).

Features

  • S193 common*
  • B roads
  • Footpaths

Other Notes

Site of Special Scientific Interest - St. Neots Common

The Treasurer of the Common Rights Proprietorsholds the right for sand, gravel, mould and earth. He is allowed to sellthese to the inhabitants of St. Neots, provided that the money be used forthe upkeep of fences on the common. Unit lies within former St

 

Land Data

Common Land Name Islands Common and Lammas Meadow
County Cambridgeshire
District Huntingdon
Parish St. Neots
TVG Reg # 6
Authority Huntingdon and Peterborough
Area 43.22 hectares / 106.80 acres
Ordnance Survey Sheet # 153
OS 100km Grid Square TL16
Easting 5182
Northing 2610
OS Grid Ref 518200,261000
Min Contour 20
Max Contour 20
Median Elevation

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Data recorded November, 1986.

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