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Find UK legislation from 1267 to the present day, and stay up to date with changes and new legislation
Right of access to caves, potholes and other natural underground voids.
The Countryside and Rights of Way act 2000 allows access authorities to make agreements with landowners or occupiers for access to land for the land to be opened up, improved, repaired or maintained.…
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).
Responsibilities for visitors to the countryside and those who manage the land.
The Byelaws Review team is carrying out a far reaching overview and update of byelaws as they relate to all MOD sites in the UK.
Information about acquiring easements by prescription (practice guide 52).
Find information and support on woodland creation in England, including funding to create woodland, legal requirements and best practice for sustainability.
Isles of Scilly and the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.
The Planning Inspectorate deals with appeals relating to open access land as covered by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000
Find out how Natural England is extending public rights of access on its NNRs.
As a local authority or national park authority, find out what responsibilities you have for your LAF.
As an owner or manager of land in the coastal margin, find out about your responsibilities and how to manage public access.
Find out about the progress of improving coastal access - including maps, process and timing - in North Yorkshire and Teesside.
Salisbury Plain updates on training activities and access.
A 5 year review of sites at which the Ministry of Defence uses an Indefinite Direction under Section 28 of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act (CROW) 2000.
As an owner or manager of land, understand how to restrict public access for land management, public safety or fire prevention reasons.
A formal consultation
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
As a land owner or manager, find out about your responsibilities and how to manage public access.
Understand the role of Natural England, local authorities and partnerships when designating or managing AONBs in England.
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