Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 65 - Titchfield

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Nature Reserve
Titchfield Haven. Part of this reserve is within the parish. The Nature Reserve was formerly the estuary of the River Meon which receives most of its water from the chalk. Tidal water is excluded so that the estuary is an extensive fresh marsh. The area is locally important for surface feeding duck and supports a wide range of wetland birds and flora. The reserve forms a large part of the Titchfield Haven Site of Special Scientific Interest which extends beyond the reserve boundary.     SSSI
SU 533 023
0707 220
Sarsen Stones
A few stones were discovered during excavation work for the relief road to the west of Titchfield. They have been relocated at the south-east entrance to Kite's Croft development site.     SU 529 066
0707 221
Tree
A London plane tree on land at Beechcroft Close, Catisfield.     TPO 2 - FBC
SU 549 062
0707 207
Trees
An oak and an ash at No. 19A, Coach Hill, Titchfield.     TPO 3
SU 537 056
0707 206
Trees
Land between Catisfield Road and The Avenue. Many trees including cypress, holm oak, horse chestnut, ash and lime retained from former large garden, throughout development.     TPO 4 - FBC
SU 554 060
0707 205
Tree
A copper beech in the grounds of the Heathfield Hotel, The Avenue.     TPO 5
SU 557 060
0707 222
Trees
No. 8, High Street. Three holm oaks and two walnut trees.     TPO 16 - FBC
CA
SU 540 059
0707 204
Trees
Nos. 60 and 62, Catisfield Road. Two oak trees.     TPO 21 - FBC
SU 552 062
0707 203
Trees
No. 1, Chatsworth Close. A group of thuja and a horse chestnut.     TPO 27 - FBC
SU 553 062
0707 208
Woodland
St. Margaret's Coppice. An area of woodland, consisting mainly of oak.     TPO 57
SU 535 060
0707 136
Trees
The Larches, Catisfield. Two groups of trees, mainly monterey cypress.     TPO 23 - FBC
SU 553 061
0707 209
Trees
Nos. 63 and 65, Titchfield Park Road and No. 201, Southampton Road. Five separate oak trees and four groups containing oak, birch, thorn and ash.     TPO 61 - FBC
SU 529 072
0707 223
Trees
No. 30, Ranvilles Lane, Fareham. Three groups of trees containing oak, sycamore, beech and pine.     TPO 65 - FBC
SU 545 056
0707 224
Trees
South of Catisfield Road. Several horse chestnut, sycamore, lime and oaktrees retained from former grounds of Catisfield Lodge.     TPO 66 - FBC
SU 550 061
0707 211
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