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The Access to the Countryside (Coastal Margin) (England) Order 2010

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Preliminary

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and application

    2. 2.General interpretation

  3. Descriptions of land

    1. 3.Descriptions of coastal margin

    2. 4.Cases where route determined in accordance with provision in the proposals

    3. 5.Cases where landward boundary of coastal margin to coincide with physical feature

    4. 6.Cases where official alternative route determined in accordance with provision in the proposals

    5. 7.Cases where landward or seaward boundary of alternative route strip to coincide with physical feature

  4. Modifications of Part 1 of the CROW Act

    1. 8.Modifications of Part 1 of the CROW Act

  5. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Amendments of Part 1 of the CROW Act

      1. PART 1 Excepted land for purposes of Part 1 of the CROW Act

        1. 1.Schedule 1 to the CROW Act is amended as follows....

        2. 2.In paragraph 1 (land on which soil has been disturbed...

        3. 3.In paragraph 3 (land within 20 metres of a dwelling),...

        4. 4.In paragraph 7 (land used for the purposes of a...

        5. 5.For paragraph 8 (land covered by works used for the...

        6. 6.In paragraph 10 (land within 20 metres of building for...

        7. 7.In paragraph 12 (land habitually used for training of racehorses),...

        8. 8.After paragraph 13 insert— Land which is coastal margin and is, or forms part...

        9. 9.In paragraph 14— (a) renumber the existing provision as sub-paragraph...

        10. 10.After that paragraph insert— In paragraph 5, the reference to the getting of minerals...

      2. PART 2 Restrictions to be observed by persons exercising right of access

        1. 11.Schedule 2 to the CROW Act is amended as follows....

        2. 12.In paragraph 1— (a) renumber the existing provision as sub-paragraph...

        3. 13.In paragraph 4 (dogs to be kept on a short...

        4. 14.After paragraph 6 insert— (1) Whatever the time of year, section 2(1) does not...

      3. PART 3 Exclusion or restriction of access

        1. 15.(1) In section 21 of the CROW Act (interpretation of...

        2. 16.In section 22 of that Act (exclusion or restriction at...

        3. 17.In section 23 of that Act (restrictions on dogs at...

        4. 18.(1) Section 24 of that Act (land management) is amended...

        5. 19.In section 25 of that Act (avoidance or risk of...

        6. 20.After section 25 of that Act insert— Salt marshes and...

        7. 21.(1) Section 26 of that Act (nature conservation and heritage...

        8. 22.(1) Section 27 of that Act (directions by relevant authority:...

        9. 23.(1) Section 31 of that Act (exclusion or restriction of...

      4. PART 4 Other amendments of Part 1

        1. 24.(1) In section 1 of the CROW Act (principal definitions...

  6. Explanatory Note

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