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PLANS have been submitted to build three tree houses to provide holiday letting accommodation.

The tree houses could be built at Cedar Valley Bereleigh Estate in East Meon, near Petersfield.

The proposals are being considered by the South Downs National Park Authority.

Ecologists have asked that a full assessment is carried out.

Tristan Norton, senior ecologist for Hampshire County Council, said: ‘The key features are trees, ground flora, dormice, bats and nesting birds. I would therefore welcome updated detail on the likely ecological impacts.’

A decision will be made at a later date.