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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Conservation Law in the Countryside

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Michael Gregoryformerly, Chief Legal Adviser to Country Landowners' Association

ISBN13: 9780854597581
ISBN: 0854597581
Published: February 1994
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This is a guide to the rural conservation laws, their practical application and initiatives available to conservationists and farmers. Coverage includes details of responsible bodies, designated areas and laws for the protection of land, waters, woodlands, wildlife, buildings and clean air.;Material is also included on the Town and Country Planning laws; and the laws governing environmentally sensitive areas, nitrate sensitive areas, forests, trees, hedgerows, mineral workings, commons and treasure trove.;This work is intended for: lawyers; land management professionals, such as chartered surveyors and land agents; farmers; landowners; conservationists; local authorities; civil servants; planners; and students.

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Contents:
Conservation law for a living countryside; responsibility for conservation; designated areas in the countryside; tackling nuisances and dangers; protection of land; protection of rivers and waters; protection of wildlife; buildings and historic sites in the countryside; conservation initiatives for farmers, landowners and communities.