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Protecting open spaces, common land, village greens
and public paths in England & Wales since 1865

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Common land at East Pit, Neath Port Talbot, should be treasured not trashed

We have objected strongly to an application to develop common land at East Pit, Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen in Neath Port Talbot. Last …read more

Building on Anglesey common shows need for new local-authority duty on commons

We are dismayed that Anglesey County Council has refused to take enforcement action against unlawful works on registered common land …read more

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Silver jubilee of village-green revival

It is twenty-five years since the gates reopened to allow people to register land as a village green where that land …read more

Championing Chiltern commons

As the Chilterns Commons Project comes to an end, project officer Rachel Sanderson reflects on its achievements. In the south-east …read more

The Open Spaces Society is Britain’s oldest national conservation body, founded in 1865.