Consultation outcome

Registration of new town or village greens: proposed amendments to the Commons Act 2006

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Consultation on registration of new town or village greens: proposed amendments to Schedule 1A (Exclusion of Right under section 15) to the Commons Act 2006: summary of responses and government response

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Detail of outcome

Summary of responses and government response to the July 2013 consultation seeking views on a draft order to further reform the provisions for applications to register land as a town or village green.

Original consultation

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Summary

This consultation seeks views on a draft order extending the reforms to circumstances for registering land.

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Consultation on registration of new town or village greens: proposed amendments to Schedule 1A (Exclusion of Right under section 15) to the Commons Act 2006

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Consultation description

Following reforms in the Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 to the system for registering new town or village greens, we are seeking views on a draft order to provide further detail and to extend the reforms to circumstances not currently covered by the reforms.