Ecological Impact Assessor
I am an ecologist who is passionate about woods and trees. I relish translating eco-jargon into plain English to enable supporters to give a voice to their local environment.
Luci Ryan has 6 items in their collection
giving HS2 evidence
Blog post By Luci Ryan, 12 July 2018, Ancient trees, Threats, Policy & influence
The next phase of HS2 is set to destroy acres of ancient woods. After we raised several points at the latest meeting, progress has been made in some areas.
HS2 giving evidence
Blog post By Luci Ryan, 26 April 2018, Threats, Ancient trees, Policy & influence
The Trust has appeared before the HS2 Phase 2a Select Committee for the first time to persuade it to tunnel under Whitmore and Barhill ancient woods.
New guidance for planners could help save more ancients
Blog post By Luci Ryan, 3 December 2017, Ancient trees, Policy & influence, Threats
Our input into an update of the formal guidance planners should use to protect our ancients could lead to instant changes.
HS2: keeping track of the runaway train
Blog post By Luci Ryan, 6 March 2017, Policy & influence, Threats
What is the biggest single problem we’ve faced with HS2? What does the future of the project hold? Find out more.
HS2 Committee release report
Blog post By Luci Ryan, 25 February 2016, Policy & influence, Ancient trees, Threats
The HS2 Select Committee has heard evidence from 1600 petitioners over the last two years. We were one of the last this month. Finally, we can read the Committee’s conclusions.
HS2, on and on it seems to go
Blog post By Luci Ryan, 3 March 2014, Threats, Ancient trees
Thirteen weeks after the 50,000 pages of the HS2 Environmental Statement landed on my desk I can breathe a sigh of relief as I have now submitted the Woodland Trust’s response to the consultation.
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