Through Brigitte Beaumert
Published on 20 Nov 21 at 20:09
up to date on 20 Nov 21 at 21:15
Michael Linhoff is not the sort to mince phrases. Saturday 20 November, the owner of the Château du Bois Guy in Signed was not sorry, after having seen the felling of a number of oaks, together with one which is at the least 150 years outdated.
These timber, ten in quantity, are positioned on land very near his property, on which he plans to increase his golf course in the coming years. An trade of land between two homeowners is presently underway by way of SAFER to facilitate this venture.
Michael Linhoff is outraged by the felling of these timber.
“I made the first ecological golf course in France, for my project I made a commitment to keep these trees and there they are felled.”
On the spot, Saturday, Michaël Lihnoff acquired the help of Isabelle Biard, departmental councilor, The latter doesn’t embrace both:
“We subsidize farmers to plant hedges and cut down trees”
The owner of the land, whom we have been in a position to attain by phone, specifies for his half that he bought these standing timber a number of years in the past and that they have been subsequently not his. He additionally regrets that we’re so offended by their felling when “on the land with which we made the exchange, a hundred trees were felled without anyone saying anything”.
He additionally disputes the incontrovertible fact that the felled oaks have been listed, as claimed by Michael Linhoff.
The latter nonetheless intends to not cease there and desires to have a bailiff’s report carried out. Case to be continued …
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