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The Local Access Forums (England) Regulations 2007

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4.—(1) Save as provided in this regulation, the terms of appointment of a member of a local access forum shall be determined by the appointing authority and notified to him in writing.

(2) Subject to regulation 5(4), a member of a local access forum shall be appointed for not less than one and not more than three years.

(3) A member of a local access forum may resign by notice in writing to the appointing authority for the area of the forum at the time of the member’s resignation.

(4) An appointing authority—

(a)must terminate the appointment of a member of a local access forum if they are satisfied that he has become a member of a district or county council or National Park authority and, as a result, regulation 3(4) is not complied with;

(b)may terminate the appointment of a member of a forum if—

(i)without the consent of the appointing authority, he has been absent from all meetings of the forum during a period of one year; or

(ii)he has failed to comply with regulation 6(8); and

(c)may—

(i)where they change the area for which a local access forum is established,

(ii)where they merge two or more forums, or

(iii)having received notice under regulation 18(2), on expiry of the 21-day notice period,

terminate the appointment of any member of the forum or forums where they consider such termination appropriate as a consequence.

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