Wildlife Haven at Maes Uchaf , Bancyffordd, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire. SA44 4SD
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- Approx. 16 acres of species rich land
- Home to a wealth of flora and forna
- Some mature woodland
- Access for vehicles is possible
- Nature lovers paradise
- Potential to improve the land
Maes Uchaf consists of approx. 16 acres of mixed amenity land. The land has been unused for several years, but parts of it were used for hay, while other areas had been untouched for a very long time.
The land is now home to a wide variety of trees, mosses, lichens, grasses etc. In turn, this provides a home to a wealth of wildlife. The Countryside Council For Wales surveyed the land in 1995 as an example of an ancient field of diverse wildflowers and grasses. The land has been left wild and not treated with any fertiliser or chemicals. It is a unique example of meadowland.
Within the land, there is an old composting toilet, used when the land was host to pony club events. There is also an old static caravan on the land, previously used for storage. There is a well on the land to provide water.
For the nature lover this is a fantastic place to spend time with cuckoos, skylarks, warblers, curlews, kites , buzzards, hares and rabbits, adders and slow worms among the wildlife to be seen.
There are two accesses from local lanes, both in need of some clearing for vehicular access, but quite possible as vehicles have been on parts of the land before.
Whilst most of the land is open with naturally seeded trees, there are a couple of sections of mature woodland as well.
There is no planning permission for a residence on this land and in our opinion, there is little chance of obtaining permission
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