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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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Integrating Access Case Study - Meigle Farm

This case study shows how problems with dogs have been overcome. At the same time, public access opportunities on the farm have been increased and improved through creation of an alternative path avoiding the hay field and creation of longer distance waymarked circular routes.

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Integrating Access Case Study - Bailliefurth Farm

This case study addresses access issues common to many livestock farms by use of simple but effective signs and creation of an alternative path avoiding the steading.

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Integrating Access Case Study - Meggernie and Lochs Estate

This case study shows how active encouragement of public access on preferred paths and sites without restricting general rights of access has been successful. There has also been an associated education campaign highlighting the importance of responsible access and appropriate behaviour to avoid conflict with wildlife, shooting, farming or conservation.

 

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Quick guide to access rights and responsibilities over golf courses - Case studies

This is for golf course managers, green keepers and committee members to explore some case studies relating to the ways other golf courses have dealt with issues arising from public outdoor access rights and responsibilities. These six case studies may help you identify opportunities for better management of access on golf courses near you.

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SATIN Online website

The Scottish Access Technical Information Network aims to develop, co-ordinate and promote the sharing of technical information and knowledge. The SATIN web site facilitates the sharing of good practice, research and innovation, networking and skills development.

Commercial access to the outdoors in Scotland - Guidance on local management

Commercial access to the outdoors in Scotland - Guidance on local management

A wide range of commercial outdoor activities take place under Scottish access rights. Find out more about how to manage these activities in this guidance note which also includes case studies and sources of further information.