Radley Lakes

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A  planning  Inspector listens to submissions in the application to  turn  Radley lakes into a  town green. The Claimed Land, comprising the Bullfield and Thrupp Lakes and some surrounding land, has been shown to have been used by the public, continuously for 20, or more, years between October 1986 and October 2006 for lawful recreational pastimes, without permission of the landowners and without use of stealth or force. If this has been found to have been shown within the context of the 1965 Commons Act, then the area should be registered as a Village or Town Green, and any development, such as that proposed by RWE npower, of the area will be prevented, irrespective of any planning permissions that may be or may have been granted.