Outdoor access and recreation – form

Restriction appeals: appeal form and guidance

The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 allows people with a legal interest in access land to apply to the relevant authority to exclude or restrict access. The Planning Inspectorate deals with appeals (known as restriction appeals).

Documents

Restriction appeals: appeal guidance

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Restriction appeals: appeal form

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Detail

Use this form to appeal against the refusal of a relevant authority to act in accordance with:

  • an application under section 24 or 25(1)(b) (for a direction excluding or restricting access for the purposes of land management or to avoid danger to the public)

  • representations on being consulted on the revocation or variation of a direction under section 27(5) of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.