Coastal Access Scheme

The CLA remains fundamentally opposed to the coastal access provisions of the Marine and Coastal Access Act.  84% of the English coast already enjoys some form of public access and, as such, the imposition of a new and complex set of regulatory requirements on top of what already exists seems wholly unnecessary. 

Natural England has recently consulted on its draft scheme explaining out how provisions are to be implemented on the ground.  Here is the CLA's response.

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