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

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Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

277

Clause     19,     page     10,     leave out lines 42 to 44.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

278

Clause     19,     page     11,     line     1,     leave out 'may'and insert 'shall'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

279

Clause     19,     page     11,     line     2,     leave out from first 'defray' to second 'or'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

280

Clause     19,     page     11,     line     2,     leave out from second 'defray' to end.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

281

Clause     19,     page     11,     line     3,     at beginning insert 'reasonable'.


   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

282

Clause     20,     page     11,     line     7,     leave out 'Chapter' and insert 'Part'.


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Damian Green
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

214

Clause     21,     page     11,     line     33,     at end insert 'part of'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Damian Green
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

215

Clause     21,     page     11,     line     36,     after 'any', insert 'part of'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

283

Clause     21,     page     11,     line     43,     leave out 'twenty-eight' and insert '90'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Damian Green
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

216

Clause     21,     page     11,     line     43,     at end insert 'or, if land is closed for the purposes of shooting, "the relevant maximum" means forty'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Damian Green
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

218

Clause     21,     page     12,     line     1,     leave out from beginning to 'must' and insert 'Regulations made under subsection (3)(b)'.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Damian Green
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

217

Clause     21,     page     12,     line     7,     at end insert 'or, if the land is closed for the purposes of shooting, does not exceed forty'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

284

Clause     21,     page     12,     leave out lines 8 to 16.

   

Mr James Paice
Mr Damian Green
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

219

Clause     21,     page     12,     leave out lines 8 to 13.


   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

285

Clause     23,     page     13,     line     13,     at end insert ', or

      ( ) indefinitely.'.


   

Mr David Heath

225

Clause     24,     page     13,     line     25,     after 'land', insert 'or land accessible to the public as defined in section 15'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

286

Clause     24,     page     13,     line     28,     at end insert—

    '( ) Before making any direction under subsection (1), the relevant countryside authority shall consult the local access forum.'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

287

Clause     24,     page     13,     line     38,     at end insert—

      '( ) the purpose of protecting any dry stone wall,'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

288

Clause     24,     page     13,     line     38,     at end insert—

      '( ) the purpose of protecting the quality of any water,'.


   

Mr James Paice
Mr Damian Green
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

220

Clause     30,     page     17,     line     1,     leave out 'may' and insert 'shall'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

289

Clause     30,     page     17,     line     23,     leave out 'clause' and insert 'section'.


   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

290

Clause     32,     page     18,     line     3,     at the beginning insert—

    '( ) In making any determination regarding a means of access pursuant to this Chapter, the access authority, Secretary of State or National Assembly for Wales (as the case may be) shall have regard to any need of the members of the public exercising the right conferred by section 2(1) to escape from bulls or cows likely to be present on or near the access land.'.


   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

291

Clause     40,     page     22,     line     37,     after '3', insert 'or paragraph 3 of Schedule 2'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

292

Clause     40,     page     22,     line     37,     after '3', insert 'or paragraph 4(2) of Schedule 2'.


   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

294

Clause     41,     page     23,     line     37,     leave out '2(5) or'.

   

Mr Damian Green
Mr James Paice
Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

293

Page     23,     line     1,     leave out Clause 41.


NEW CLAUSES

Access in Wales

   

Mr David Heath
Mr Elfyn Llwyd

NC1

To move the following Clause:—

    '.—All matters relating to public access to land in Wales shall be determined by the National Assembly for Wales, which for this purpose may—

      (a) define those areas of land in Wales to which the public shall have an entitlement to access;

      (b) direct the Countryside Council for Wales to prepare, in respect of Wales, such maps as may be required to identify land relevant to Part I;

      (c) determine such processes for appeal as the National Assembly for Wales may consider appropriate;

      (d) consider such regulation for access to land in Wales as may be required; and

      (e) assume any powers and authority in respect of Wales such as may be conferred by virtue of Part I on the Secretary of State in respect of land in England.'.


Local access fora

   

Mr David Heath

NC2

To move the following Clause:—

    '.—It shall be the duty of an access authority to establish for each local area a local access forum, comprising representatives of landowners and agricultural, environmental, recreational and such other interests as may seem to the access authority to be relevant to access land in that area, for the purpose of consultation on any matter relating to access.'.


 
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