Access to the Northern Ireland countryside

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Publisher: HMSO in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 39 Downloads: 579
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Subjects:

  • Land use, Rural -- Northern Ireland.,
  • Outdoor recreation -- Northern Ireland.,
  • Recreation areas -- Northern Ireland.

Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Peter Scott Planning Services.
ContributionsPeter Scott Planning Services., Great Britain. Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland. Environment Service., Northern Ireland Tourist Board., SportsCouncil for Northern Ireland.
The Physical Object
Pagination39p. :
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21301093M
ISBN 100337083398
OCLC/WorldCa31659302

  The Magical Mountains of Mourne provide the best mountain and sea scenery in Ireland. These mountains are unbelievably spectacular. My favourite climbs include Sliabh Binnian and the Blue Lough, Hares Gap to Bloody Bridge, Donard car park to Sliabh Donard, Silent Valley to Ben Crom, Sliabh Martin, Sliabh Muck and Lough :// Belfast tours and things to do: Check out Viator's reviews and photos of Belfast tours. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, travel by luxury coach through Northern Ireland’s spectacular countryside, and visit attractions like Carrickfergus Castle and the Old Bushmills distillery. Enjoy access to the Titanic Belfast, the most visited Extract. In September , two years after the outbreak of war, the British social survey organisation Mass Observation (MO) asked its panel of writers to ‘let yourself run with pen or pencil’ and reflect on what Britain meant to them.1 The key issue that came through in what remains of the responses from the MO National Panel (much of the material from being lost) was that Britain   Countryside of the Emerald Isle was a 5 star tour with an exceptional tor guide, John Fitsgibbon. I rated it 4 stars because I have not liked American Airlines for my last two trips overseas. Both times they have used old equipment for long flights, one way of the ://

Make your way to the Giant’s Causeway from Belfast without going through the hassle of renting a car on this guided tour. You can take off from Belfast, and enjoy stops at top attractions such as Giant’s Causeway, Old Bushmills Distillery, and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge without going through all the details of planning every single step of the ://   The twenty-first century has seen a shift in emphasis from enabling local authorities to provide opportunities for recreation on private land to the conferment of a general right to access certain types of land in Great Britain. Similar liberalisation has not occurred in Northern ://   participation in the countryside. To do this, we conducted a quantitative analysis of the effects of ten countryside activities in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales on the health of people. The range of projects incorporated both group activities (such as the health walks) and activities which people undertook on their   The trouble with accessing the countryside in Northern Ireland. Linda Price and Mark Simpson. The trouble with accessing the countryside in Northern Ireland: A comparison with Great Britain also left a legacy of social problems and ‘legislative lag’ in higher priority areas that must be addressed before countryside access can move

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on Occupiers’ Liability Law in the Context of Access to the Countryside in Northern Ireland.6 The aim of the information leaflet is “to describe the relationship between the Government’s aim in promoting managed access to the countryside and the role of occupiers’ liability legislation.”7 Secondly, in the DOE (formerly "Legislation on access to the countryside in Great Britain was reformed – and liberalised – in (England and Wales) and (Scotland).

Similar change has not occurred in Northern Ireland, where the legislation remains modelled on that Abstract Summary report of the first comprehensive study of Access to the Northern Ireland Countryside.

The study recognises that an accessible countryside with a range of recreational opportunities is increasingly important to the people of Northern Ireland, and fundamental to ?DocId=   The Council is fully committed to meeting its obligations under the Access to the Countryside (Northern Ireland) OrderBy which District Councils in Northern Ireland Access to the Northern Ireland countryside book a duty: "to assert, protect and keep open and free from obstruction or encroachment any public right of way, and compile and preserve maps and other records of public rights of way in their district".

Access to the Countryside – The Legal Position in Northern Ireland 11th November This document produced by the Northern Ireland Environment Agency contains advice on questions that landowners and the general public may Access to the Northern Ireland countryside book with regard to the countryside and its use for recreational   Countryside Access & Activities Network Phone: 28 Web: Visit website.

The organisation was established in in response to the publication of Northern Ireland's first Countryside Recreation Strategy in November you book travel that does not originate from the Republic of Ireland through a tour operator based in /independent-travel/countryside-access-activities-network.

The dates will coincide with the earliest date on which the change (e.g an insertion, a repeal or a substitution) that was applied came into force.

The first date in the timeline will usually be the earliest date when the provision came into force. In some cases the first date is 01/02/ (or for Northern Ireland legislation 01/01/)   There are currently no known outstanding effects for the The Access to the Countryside (Northern Ireland) Order Changes to Legislation.

Revised legislation carried on this site may not be fully up to date. At the current time any known changes or effects made by subsequent legislation have been applied to the text of the legislation you   Newry Mourne and Down District Council Corporate Plan Newry Mourne and Down District Economic Regeneration and Investment Strategy Procedures The Access to the Countryside Procedures attached hereto must be adhered to in the delivery of this ://   to developing „Access to the Countryside‟ and provides a framework for the Council‟s compliance and implementation of the Access to the Countryside (NI) Order (hereafter referred to as the Access Order).

This document is intended to be a working document which will be reviewed annually to reflect on-going learning and development through The ideal of achieving 'sustainable rural development' has become a key dimension of EU, national, regional and local policy in recent years.

By examining Ireland, this book asks what the sustainable development ideals mean to specific rural groups in specific ?id=jOrjB5sxQokC. Liability legislation in Northern Ireland, and should be read in conjunction with the Research Paper ‘Access to the countryside in Northern Ireland – occupiers’ liability’ (NIAR ).

1 Introduction Northern Ireland has very few public rights of way and in many areas access is obtained by permission from Although a small area, Northern Ireland has a great variety of scenic countryside, reflecting its contrasting geology and topography as well as a long history of settlement and land use.

The mosaic of prehistoric monuments, traditional farms and buildings, forest plantations and wildlife habitats all contribute to the special landscapes that   The guidance given here concentrates on houses in the countryside, but the same design process can be applied to any building in our landscape.

Use the links on the right hand table of contents to browse through 'A Design Guide for Rural Northern Ireland'. Land. Northern Ireland occupies about one-sixth of the island of Ireland and is separated on the east from Scotland, another part of the United Kingdom, by the narrow North Channel, which is at one point only 13 miles (21 km) Irish Sea separates Northern Ireland from England and Wales on the east and southeast, respectively, and the Atlantic Ocean lies to the ://   Irish Forests - A countryside resource.

Walking in Ireland is a pleasure but can sometimes be a disappointment especially given the better levels of access to the countryside that other countries enjoy.

In Ireland, access to the countryside is poor compared to the levels afforded in Scotland, England, France and other ://   The situation in Northern Ireland – In Northern Ireland access legislation is less well developed.

The Access to the Countryside (Northern Ireland) Order places a duty on district councils to assert, protect and keep open and free from obstruction or /access/access-to-the-countryside-in-scotland.

Public rights of way are public highways that are legally protected in the same way as roads. There are three types of public rights of way, allowing different activities. Find out your rights and what to do if you have problems using a public right of way. is a highway which any member of the public may use as a right - not a privilege granted Promotes quality and sustainable building design in Northern Ireland's countryside.

Document History Supersedes Building on tradition - a sustainable design guide for the Northern Ireland countryside. Supplementary planning guidance to PPS 21 (consultation) (DOENI, ).?DocId=   NIAR Rural development issues and challenges Providing research and information services to the Northern Ireland Assembly 2 Accordingly 80% of Northern Ireland’s landmass and 35% of the population are defined as being rural – equating to million hectares of land andpeople (based on census population) Opening access to the countryside rights of way officers and other users will be able to book onto training courses at the National Land Access Centre to aid understanding of the new standard   Under the Access to the Countryside (NI) Orderall councils in Northern Ireland have a duty to “assert, protect, keep open and free from obstruction any public right of way".

There are a number of investigations currently being carried out across the Mid and East Antrim ://   Want to know about Ireland now. Here are the books to read A Minister, a historian and 13 Irish writers select the modern works - from Ross O'Carroll-Kelly to Donal Ryan - that capture for them From untilthe Provisional Irish Republican Army conducted an armed military campaign primarily in the Northern part of Ireland (the occupied 6 counties and England and Europe,aimed at ending British rule in Northern Ireland in order to create a united :// Ireland’s unique countryside seeps into many great novels, becoming as much a character as any protagonist.

Here are the top 10 rural Irish books, by Paul Charles   Summary report of the first comprehensive study of Access to the Northern Ireland Countryside. The study recognises that an accessible countryside with a range of recreational opportunities is increasingly important to the people of Northern Ireland, and fundamental to the development of rural tourism.

History. Also known as the Scott TY - BOOK. T1 - Northern Ireland Countryside Survey Field methods and technical manual. AU - McCann, Thomas. AU - Rogers, David. AU - Cooper, Alan The Emerald Isle's forests, parks and undulating countryside turn a kaleidoscope of gold, ruby and topaz hues come fall.

Autumn is one of the most atmospheric seasons to visit Ireland: outdoor activities and incredible birdlife abound, local festivals and sporting events pack the calendar, and toe-tapping traditional music sessions in cosy pubs take place around crackling turf ://   The Countryside Code for Northern Ireland The Countryside Code for Northern Ireland is made up of a number of simple messages, which should be kept in mind while enjoying the outdoors.

The Code stresses that dogs should be kept under control and /sheep-worrying//staying-legal-in-northern-ireland. History and tour. Stormont Castle is home to the Northern Ireland Executive and the Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister.

While it is notable as the building where the Executive meets to agree government policy, it is also a striking piece of architecture with an interesting. Latest news on rural areas in UK, rural broadband news, rural life, countryside news from FarmingUKFamed for its beautiful coastline and natural wonders, Northern Ireland has some of the most beautiful towns in Europe.

With long sandy beaches, historic buildings and spectacular mountains, here are the top 10 towns every traveller must visit. Located in County Down, the beautiful town of Bangor is situated on the southern side of Belfast ://  Planning Policy Statement 8: Open Space, Sport and Outdoor Recreation Preamble The Department of the Environment is responsible for planning control in Northern Ireland.

The Planning Service, an Agency within the Department, administers its planning functions. The Department has a statutory duty, laid down in Article 3 of the Planning (NI)