Access to the Countryside (Maps) (England) Regulations 2013 (S.I. No. 1798 of 2013). | Land Portal

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These Regulations require Natural England (as successor body to the Countryside Agency) to retain conclusive maps of registered common land and open country by the issue of draft maps, which are subsequently confirmed by the Countryside Agency and make provision for the inspection of such maps. Regulation 4 provides for the inspection and supply of reduced scale maps, which are copies of conclusive maps on a smaller scale.

Implements: Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 (2000 Chapter 37). (2000-11-30)
Repeals: Access to the Countryside (Maps in Draft Form) (England) Regulations 2001 (S.I. No. 3301 of 2001). (2001-09-28)

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