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'The Land Reform (Scotland) Act, 2003 (section 25) states that each local authority shall establish a body known as a local access forum.'


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'The Public are welcome to attend Local Access Forum Meetings, held 3-4 times per year.'


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'The CLAF meets 4 times a year and meetings are open to members of the public who are welcome to attend and contribute to discussions on the agenda items at the discretion of the Chair. If you wish ...
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'The forum meets several times a year to discuss various access issues. These meetings are open to the public and the minutes of previous meetings are available [as PDFs] or from the forum secretar ...
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'The Forum’s main purpose is to advise on improving public access to the countryside in the former county of Cumbria (excluding the Yorkshire Dales National Park who have their own forum, see link ...
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'Meetings of the Joint Local Access Forum are held on a quarterly basis and are advertised in advance. The locations of the meetings are varied to allow people ...
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'Advice is provided to the Council and other organisations to improve access to the countryside for recreation whilst protecting wildlife and the landscape ... Meetings are open to the public ... Y ...
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'The Herefordshire countryside is renowned for its beautiful and varied landscape and the forum is helping to ensure that opportunities for access and ...
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'Members serve in a personal capacity to represent interests rather than particular organisations. The appointing authority must ensure there is a reasonable balance between user and landowners/occ ...
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'Membership appointments are reviewed once every two years and there are then opportunities for new applications to be considered. You can submit an application at any time and it will be considere ...
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'The Forums consist of a wide range of people representing users of rights of way, farmers and landowners; and other interests such as tourism, health, nature conservation, transport, social exclus ...
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'Natural Resources Wales administers and chairs the Forum and all meetings are open to the public.'


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'The Forum consists of 17 members, including local councillors, network users, landowners, and other interested parties. We must consider the Forum's views when making certain decisions such as ...
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'Members of the public are very welcome to attend forum meetings which, though not public meetings, are open to members of the public. If you are interested in open access issues and would like to ...
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'It usually meets every three months at Aldern House, Bakewell, with occasional meetings at other venues. Its members bring experience of a broad range of interests including walking, climbing and ...
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'Members of the public can ask questions of the Local Access Forum with prior notification to the Chairman or Secretary. The Local Access Forum members have agreed that members of the public sh ...
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'The main function of this group is to look at how the public rights of way network and access land is managed and improved. Forum members will also be asked to comment on broader access, transport ...
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The Forum 'has a maximum of 22 members who represent a broad range of interests, including farmers, landowners and those who earn their living in the countryside; users who enjoy the countryside in ...
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'The local Councillors and members of the public are recruited and appointed by the Rights of Way Officers from each Appointing Authority; Darlington, Stockton on Tees, Middlesbrough and Hartlepool ...
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'We advise and work with the managers and occupiers of land, and the five local authorities across Tyne and Wear, to encoura ...
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'The Forum meets 4 times a year, usually 10.30am-1.00pm, alternating between Chichester and Horsham.'


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