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Lords amendment to the Countryside and rights of way bill.

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.

Lords amendment to the Countryside and rights of way bill.

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Lords amendment to the Countryside and rights of way bill. by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Download PDF EPUB FB2

HL Deb 27 September vol cc § p.m. § House again in Committee on Clause 1. § Baroness Byford moved Amendment No. Page 2, line 1, at end insert (", unless a contrary intention appears").

§ The noble Baroness said: In moving Amendment No. 14, I shall speak also to Amendments Nos. 20, 29 and 32 tabled in my name. § Amendment No. 14 inserts on page 2, line 1. Countryside and Rights of Way Bill (Hansard, 5 October ) Search Help.

My Lords, I beg to move that the House do now again resolve itself into Committee on this Bill. the framework and to develop models for the framework of the by-laws is already in the Bill as a result of an earlier amendment to the Countryside Act The idea.

This is the text of the Countryside and Rights of Way Bill, as presented to the House of Commons on 3rd March EXPLANATORY NOTES Explanatory Notes to the Bill, prepared by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions with the Office of the Secretary of State for Wales, are published separately as Bill EN.

Countryside and Rights of Way Bill the question of the minimum size of a piece of land to be designated by the countryside agencies. In the Bill as presently drafted, there is flexibility for the Countryside Agency or an appropriate body to designate various parcels of land.

My Lords, Amendment No. 5 would require the countryside bodies. Countryside and Rights of Way Bill My Lords, Amendment No.

would require local highway authorities, when preparing rights of way improvement plans, to assess the extent to which their local rights of way network could be organised to maximise the recreational opportunities for walkers, horse riders and cyclists away from routes used by.

PART II: PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY AND ROAD TRAFFIC: Definitive maps and statements and restricted byways: Redesignation of roads used as public paths. - (1) Lords amendment to the Countryside and rights of way bill.

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My Lords, this amendment is in my name and those of my noble friend Lord Pannick, my noble and learned friend Lord Judge and the noble Lord, Lord Tyler. It is grouped with Amendment ZZA in the name of the noble Baroness, Lady Bowles of Berkhamsted, which I venture to suggest has a great deal of merit.

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