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Scottish Outdoor Access Code eBook EPUB

Scottish Outdoor Access Code eBook EPUB

The Scottish Outdoor Access Code is the guidance document giving detailed advice on the rights and responsibilities of people exercising access rights and of those managing land and water. It provides a practical guide to help everyone make informed decisions about what best to do in every day situations and provides the starting point for short promotional codes and more detailed advice.

Scottish Outdoor Access Code eBook MOBI

Scottish Outdoor Access Code eBook MOBI

The Scottish Outdoor Access Code is the guidance document giving detailed advice on the rights and responsibilities of people exercising access rights and of those managing land and water. It provides a practical guide to help everyone make informed decisions about what best to do in every day situations and provides the starting point for short promotional codes and more detailed advice.

Signage Guidance for Outdoor Access - A Guide to Good Practice

Signage Guidance for Outdoor Access - A Guide to Good Practice

This guidance covers all aspects of outdoor access signage and is aimed at access staff, countryside rangers, land managers, community groups (including health walk co-ordinators) and anybody involved in path or site management. This new guide supersedes and greatly expands on the advice given in the ‘Advisory Signage Guide’ published by Paths for All and Scottish Natural Heritage in June 2007.

Front cover of constructed tracks in the Scottish Uplands publication

Constructed tracks in the Scottish Uplands (2nd edition)

Provides best practice guidance on assessing the need for, planning and constructing vehicular tracks in the Scottish uplands. 137 pages. Published 2013.

Signs Guidance for Farmers and other Land Managers

Signs Guidance for Farmers and other Land Managers

This guide provides advice to land managers (farmers, crofters, estate factors, etc) on when, where and how to use appropriate and effective signage in accordance with the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. The focus is on situations where it's reasonable for land managers to want to put up advisory signs of their own. 27 pages (2006)

Equestrian Access in Scotland: Horse riding, carriage driving and managing land responsibly

A collaborative document by the British Horse Society Scotland, Scottish Rural Property & Business Association and Scottish Natural Heritage looking at equestrian access and the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. 11 pages.

Person riding horse along grassy field margin

Detailed guidance about equestrian access on different types of land use

A collaboration between Scottish Land and Estates, the British Horse Society Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage, this guidance discusses horses on different types of land including fields of cereal crops and stubble fields, fields of fruit and vegetables and conservation areas. 4 pages.

Horse and rider in field

Case studies demonstrating positive equestrian access provision

A collaboration between Scottish Land and Estates, British Horse Society Scotland and Scottish natural Heritage. A series of 7 case studies looking at positive equestrian access. 6 pages.

Public Access and Land Management front cover

Public Access and Land Management

This publication summarises land managers' obligations in relation to public access and promotes a planned approach to help address any issues that arise. 56 pages.

Front page of document

Integrating Access Case Study - Eaglescairnie Mains Farm

A case study at Eaglescairnie Mains Farm where successful development of paths around the farm, now managed under Land Management Contract, links to the village, other woodland and paths.

 

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