• A plan to base five trucks on a farm
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near Gloucester is being opposed by English Nature because vehicle movements could disturb swans on nearby meadows.
Bewick swans winter on Walmore Common near Westbury-on-Severn each year after flying in from the Artie. So many birds spend the winter there that it has been declared a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Forest of Dean district council has received an application to store five HGVs on land at nearby Chaxhill House Farm by local haulier M Freeman. The application is also opposed by the Highways Agency and neighbouring residents.
The council will make a decision on 4 May.