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Access study. Summary report of the study on access to the countryside for recreation and sport


, : Access study. Summary report of the study on access to the countryside for recreation and sport. Publication, Countryside Commission, UK (CCP 216): 28

This study of acessibility issues and mechanisms was undertaken by reviewing the recent history of access to the countryside in England and Wales, and then investigating 4 major aspects of access in each of 4 study tracts. This was complemented by: surveys at recreation sites in the tracts; social surveys of the population living in and around the tracts; surveys of farmers and land managers in the 4 tracts; and further interviews with officials representing local and national bodies.

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