Good practice guidance and advice
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Guides to plan, construct, manage and monitor outdoor access infrastructure:
Aimed at path providers, it provides good practice in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of lowland paths in Scotland. Updated in 2012.
Provides guidance on promoting, developing and managing paths for responsible shared use. Published in 2013.
Targeted at outdoor access providers, this guide provides advice on how to choose and design structures that accommodate and assist public access.
This provides practical guidance to pathworkers, surveyors and land managers, on upland pathwork techniques.
Complements the above Upland Pathwork guide and is designed for all those involved in managing an upland path project.
Ideal for site managers, land owners, local authorities, funding agencies and local communities planning small rural car parks. Published in 2000.
Provides advice on identifying information needs, selecting methods, designing and carrying out surveys, analysing and interpreting results.
Practical advice on the engineering elements of how to construct routes for walkers, cyclists and horse-riders on low ground in the countryside. Published in 2000.
This good practice guide aims to increase understanding and awareness of the natural heritage impacts of track construction, management and use. Published in 2013.
Explains the responsibilities of service providers in catering for disabled people using their facilities. NB. The Equality Act 2010 subsumes and expands on the DDA 1995.
This sheet outlines different types of counters and lists suppliers. Last updated 2009.
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