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The rules about the use of open spaces and your rights to access common land.
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Explains what the Commons Act 2006 and its impact on common land.
Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs - Defra www.defra.gov.uk/
A guide to land and paths that are normally available for access on foot in Wales.
Countryside Council for Wales www.ccw.gov.uk/
People across England now have approximately 865,000 hectares of land across which they can walk, ramble, run, explore, climb and watch wildlife as they are given the freedom to access land, without having to stay on paths.
Natural England www.naturalengland.org.uk/
Explains what common land is and your rights to use it.
Explains how to register land as a village green. Links to information about preparing and submitting your application and a FAQ section.
Open Spaces Society www.oss.org.uk/
Information about common land, who owns it, how you find out whether land is common land and what rights the public have on common land.
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