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Access to the Countryside (Exclusions and Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2003 (S.I. No. 2713 of 2003).

Type of law

The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 creates a public right of access to certain types of land, subject to certain conditions. The Act also provides for the exclusion or restriction of this right in certain circumstances. These Regulations contain provisions relating to the exclusion or restriction of such right of access to land in England. Part II of these Regulations contains provisions relating to means by entitled person so as to exclude or restrict the right of access to any land and relevant procedures. Part III of these Regulations relates to appeals under the Act against a decision of a relevant authority not to grant an application for a direction under section 24 or 25 or not to act in accordance with any representations made by an appellant before deciding whether to revoke or vary certain directions given under section 24 or 25. It is divided into six chapters.
Date of text
Entry into force notes
Enters into force on 17 November 2003.
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Legislation status
in force
Legislation Amendment