ⓘ Curtismill Green is a 47.3 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest between Epping and Brentwood in Essex. It is registered common land. A report ..

                                     

ⓘ Curtismill Green

Curtismill Green is a 47.3 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest between Epping and Brentwood in Essex. It is registered common land. A report by Essex County Council in 2007 stated that the site was in multiple ownership, and it was in poor condition.

The site is a relic of the ancient Forest of Waltham, of which Epping Forest is the largest surviving part. It is unimproved grassland and scrub with both damp and dry areas, with a number of uncommon species. Notable plant species in grassland areas include Orange Foxtail, Lesser Spearwort and Yellow Rattle. There are also a number of ponds.

There is public access to the site.

                                     
  • Six other farms adjoin the main road here, using a hilly terrain. Curtismill Green itself is in the parish, along with a few cottages, including the grade
  • the original PDF on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 12 December 2015. Curtismill Green citation PDF Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Natural England
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