Coastal access payments possible

May 2007
Farmers Weekly;5/18/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 20, p17
Trade Publication
The article focuses on greater public access to coastal areas in Great Britain proposed by Natural England. According to Department for Environment and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) secretary David Miliband, the government was about to consult on alternatives for improving coastal access. Tenant Farmers Association chief executive officer (CEO) George Dunn stated that the government should pay compensation to give the public access to such areas.


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