Guidance

Byelaws signage for public access to defence land

Guidance and examples of the byelaw signage that will replace the existing byelaw notices currently erected on the byelaw boundaries of defence land.

Documents

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Controlled Area Sign: Example of byelaws signage that is erected on the byelaws boundary of defence land. A ‘Controlled Area’ is an area subject to military byelaws that the public can access when it is not being used for the military purpose for which it is appropriated.

Protected Area Sign: Example of byelaws signage that is erected on the byelaws boundary of defence land. A ‘Protected Area’ is an area subject to military byelaws that the public cannot access at any time.

Combined Range Area Sign: Example of byelaws signage that is erected on the byelaws boundary of a Ministry of Defence firing range that the public can access when it is not being used for the military purpose for which it is appropriated and when red flags are not flying or red lights showing.

Published 7 March 2013
Last updated 20 April 2018 + show all updates
  1. Updated the web page content to reflect the latest position and the Internet Review, as of 19 April 2018.
  2. Added replacement Byelaw signage information. Updated summary and detail sections.
  3. Added Combined range sign.
  4. First published.