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In English law, the amount of wood the renter of a piece of land was permitted to take each year for home repair, firewood, animal husbandry and other, necessary purposes.


The right or privilege of a tenant to take so much from the land as is necessary for support,such as the right to cut timber for heating.

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Ross McArthur, managing director of Renewable Energy at John Laing Group plc, said: "Our investment in Cramlington biomass CHP plant builds on the success of our partnership with Estover and GIB established on Speyside Renewable Energy plant.
Estover Energy, which has bases in London and Edinburgh, says a consortium of local forestry owners will supply enough raw materials for the plant from within a 60-mile radius.
Estover head Kate Luffingham said: "We first knew we had a problem when a strange smell was reported and some children began feeling unwell.
These include petrochemical company SABIC, pharmaceutical manufacturer MSD, waste-to-energy producer Estover Energy and Middlesbrough College's STEM Centre of Excellence.
Investment opportunities in the UK include The Circuit of Wales; The Shetland Investment Fund; Estover Energy; The Green Investment Bank Offshore Wind investment Fund; Carnbroe Energy From Waste Plant; Naert na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm; Tender Round Three for the Offshore Transmission Regime; Thames Tideway Tunnel; Midland Metropolitan Hospital; Liverpool Waters and Moray Firth & Inch Cape.
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