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The Countryside Access Regulations 1994

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Title, commencement and extent

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Aid for access to land

  5. 4.Requirements in relation to the access area

  6. 5.Applications for aid

  7. 6.Restrictions on acceptance of applications

  8. 7.Change of occupation

  9. 8.Amounts and payment of aid

  10. 9.Claims for aid

  11. 10.Obligation to permit entry and inspection

  12. 11.Withholding and recovery of aid and termination

  13. 12.False statements

  14. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ACCESS AREA

      1. 1.The beneficiary shall make the access area available for public...

      2. 2.The beneficiary shall maintain free passage over the access area....

      3. 3.The beneficiary shall provide and maintain sown grass or naturally...

      4. 4.The beneficiary shall not erect new fences on, or on...

      5. 5.The beneficiary shall keep the access area and any parcel...

      6. 6.The beneficiary shall exclude bulls from the access area and...

      7. 7.The beneficiary shall provide and maintain adequate means of entry...

      8. 8.The beneficiary shall provide and maintain appropriate waymarking, including signposting...

      9. 9.The beneficiary shall consent to details of the access area...

      10. 10.The beneficiary shall not without the Minister’s prior written approval...

      11. 11.The beneficiary shall ensure that any recreational activities permitted to...

      12. 12.The beneficiary shall mow the whole cover of any access...

      13. 13.The beneficiary shall mow the whole cover of any open...

      14. 14.The beneficiary shall not permit the riding of horses or...

      15. 15.The beneficiary may agree with the Minister in writing in...

      16. 16.The beneficiary shall maintain minimum public liability insurance cover in...

  15. Explanatory Note

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