Amendments proposed to the Countryside and Rights of Way Bill - continued House of Commons

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Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

101

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     6,     at end insert—

      '( ) uses or has with him any device designed or adapted for detecting or locating any metal or mineral in the ground,'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

102

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     6,     at end insert—

      '( ) leaves any item, whether or not he has an intention to return to it,'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

103

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     6,     at end insert—

      '( ) has with him any drug proscribed under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 or any solvent or inflammable gas for the purpose of inhaling the said solvent or gas.'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

104

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     6,     at end insert—

      '( ) sleeps,'.

   

Mr Damian Green

Mr James Paice

105

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     6,     at end insert—

      '( ) consumes any alcohol,'.

   

Mr Damian Green

Mr James Paice

106

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     6,     at end insert—

      '( ) engages in any operations for, or connected with, the disturbance of hunting, shooting or fishing or of any animals, birds or fish kept for such purposes, or has with him any item, instrument or scent used for the disturbance of hunting, shooting or fishing or of any animals, birds or fish kept for such purposes,'.

   

Mr Damian Green

Mr James Paice

107

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     10,     leave out 'other than a dog'.

   

Mr Damian Green

Mr James Paice

108

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     10,     at end insert 'on a lead of less than two metres in length'.

   

Mr Damian Green

Mr James Paice

109

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     11,     at end insert ', but this does not prevent the lighting of cigarettes, cigars or pipes'.

   

Mr Damian Green

Mr James Paice

110

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     27,     after 'fence', insert ', stile'.

   

Mr Damian Green

Mr James Paice

111

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     34,     leave out 'are about to' and insert 'may'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

112

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     44,     after 'camping', insert ', launching a hot air or gaseous balloon,'.

   

Mr Gordon Prentice

148

*Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     44,     after 'camping', insert '(except where this is undertaken in remote situations in association with an activity defined in Section 2(1)).'.

   

Mr Gordon Prentice

149

*Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     47,     at end insert 'except where this activity is undertaken primarily for education, training or safety purposes in an activity defined in Section 2(1).'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

134

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     47,     at end insert—

      '(v) holds any political meeting or delivers any political address,

      (w) parks a caravan or trailer which is not attached to a vehicle,

      (x) repairs a vehicle unless in an accident, breakdown or emergency,

      (y) feeds animals that are lawfully grazed on the land,

      (z) discharges any crossbow, sling or catapult, or to the danger or annoyance of any other person on the access land throws or discharges any missile,

      (aa) intentionally, carelessly or negligently fouls or pollutes any waterway or ditch comprised in the access land,

      (bb) opens or enters any shooting cabin or other structure which is secured against entry,

      (cc) without reasonable excuse, climbs any wall or fence on or enclosing access land,

      (dd) without reasonable excuse, removes from or displaces on the access land any barrier, railing, post, sign or seat or any part of any structure, or any implement provided for use in the maintenance of the access land,

      (ee) without reasonable excuse, removes from or displaces on the access land any soil, turf, peat or stone,

      (ff) except in cases of emergency or with other reasonable excuse, tampers with any mine shaft cover, protective guard, fence or similar installation designed to safeguard the public or livestock,

      (gg) uses any device designed or adapted for detecting or locating any metal or mineral in the ground,

      (hh) except in case of emergency, takes off or lands upon the access land in a aircraft, helicopter, microlight, parascender, hang-glider or hot air balloon,

      (ii) releases any power-driven model aircraft for flight or control the flight of such an aircraft (where "model aircraft" means an aircraft which either weighs not more than 7 kilograms without its fuel or is for the time being exempted (as a model aircraft) from the provisions of the Air Navigation Order, and "power-driven" means driven by the combustion of petrol vapour or other combustible vapour or other combustible substances or by one or more electric motors),

      (jj) holds any show, concert, exhibition or other entertainment on the access land.'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

113

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     47,     at end insert—

    '. For the purposes of paragraph 1, "organised games" include any team games or any individual sport that requires a pitch or playing area, but does not include orienteering.'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

133

Schedule     2,     page     40,     line     47,     at end insert—

    '( ) Section 2(1) does not apply to a person who, in or upon the land in question, commits the following civil offences'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

115

Schedule     2,     page     41,     line     1,     leave out paragraph 3.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

114

Schedule     2,     page     41,     line     1,     leave out 'Regulations may' and insert 'The Secretary of State (as respects England) or the National Assembly for Wales (as respects Wales) may by order'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

116

Schedule     2,     page     41,     line     3,     leave out from '(1)' to 'section' in line 4.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

117

Schedule     2,     page     41,     line     3,     leave out '30th June' and insert '31st July'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

135

Schedule     2,     page     41,     line     5,     leave out 'which is not on a lead' and insert, 'whether the person is on the access land or is passing or re-passing on a public right of way over the access land.'

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

118

Schedule     2,     page     41,     line     5,     at end insert 'which is less than two metres in length.'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

136

Schedule     2,     page     41,     line     11,     after 'horses', insert ', equines, deer, game in the wild state'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

137

Schedule     2,     page     41,     line     14,     at end insert—

    '.—(1) In section 1(2)(c) of the Dogs (Protection of Livestock) Act 1953 the words "or otherwise under close control) in a field or enclosure in which there are sheep" shall be omitted and the words "in the vicinity of livestock" shall be inserted.—

    (2) In this paragraph, "livestock" means cattle, sheep, goats, swine, horses, equines, deer, game in the wild state or poultry, and for the purposes of this sub-paragraph "cattle" means bulls, cows, oxen, heifers or calves, "horses" includes asses and mules, and "poultry" means domestic fowls, turkeys, geese or ducks.'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

138

Schedule     2,     page     41,     line     14,     at end insert—

    '. An access authority or a district council may apply the provisions of the Dogs (Fouling of Land) Act 1990 to access land.'.


   

Mr Gordon Prentice

144

*Clause     3,     page     3,     line     11,     after 'cliff', insert ', cliff-top'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice

139

Clause     3,     page     3,     line     12,     at end add—

    '( ) An order under this section shall not be made until the Secretary of State (as respects England) or the National Assembly for Wales (as respects Wales) has consulted those interests likely to be affected by the order, has undertaken and published a regulatory impact assessment in relation to the proposed order, and has undertaken and published an assessment of the effects of a proposal for any such order on—

      (a) the environment, including any effects on the natural beauty, flora, fauna and geological and physiographical features of the land affected;

      (b) the use and management of land adjacent to the land affected; and

      (c) flood and coastal defence and coast protection in relation to the land affected.'.


   

Mr Damiain Green
Mr James Paice

119

     Clause     6,     page     4,     line     14,     leave out 'wholly or predominantly'.


 
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