Government’s ‘red-tape challenge’ focuses on environment

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We deal with almost 1000 cases a year assisting communities, groups and individuals in protecting their local spaces and paths in all parts of England and Wales. Can you help us by joining as a member?

Please respond to the government’s red-tape challenge which, until 21 September, focuses on the environment.  You can comment here .

Government is consulting on the abolition of regulations which crucially affect our work on open spaces and paths, such as those relating to commons, open access, public rights of way, national parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty—to name a few.

It is vital that we speak up in defence of these laws which have protected our commons, greens, open spaces, paths, beautiful landscapes and rights of access.  So please respond before 21 September.

Our general secretary, Kate Ashbrook, has been invited to serve on the sounding board for the Red-Tape Challenge Environment Theme.





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