Countryside Agency


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Countryside Agency

the body charged with advising the government on protecting the environmental, economic and social infrastructure of the English countryside. (Formerly the National Parks Commission.)
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To help cope with the growing numbers, the Countryside Agency has appointed Alan Gledson as a "lengthsman", based full-time on the trail, to identify repair work needed to minimise wear and tear.
Yesterday, (Tuesday) Countryside Agency board members could see the results of Alan's patrols when they visited the Wall trail.
Countryside Agency Director Andrew Wood said "There are millions of people up and down the
Marnie Harris, of the Countryside Agency, said: "The planting of these trees is an important occasion in the Doorstep Green's development and more so when local schools and children are taking ownership.
James Marshall, for the Countryside Agency, said: "We want to ensure that countryside either close to towns or farther afield is more accessible.
The Countryside Agency said there will 'undoubtedly be a warm welcome' for the new two-mile section which has been made possible through an agreement between Devon County Council and the Blackpool and Start Estate and funded by the Countryside Agency.
The village is now working on its Parish Plan, an exercise in local democracy promoted by the Countryside Agency.
The row erupted after the Countryside Agency mapped out the celebrity couple's estate -in Tollard Royal on the Wiltshire/Dorset border -under the Countryside Rights of Way Act 2000.
The Countryside Agency and Groundwork said around each urban area there is a hinterland made up of up to 20% of the total land area that should be a place for children to play in, improve health, grow local food and provide sustainable jobs.
The Countryside Agency in the UK is calling on rural communities to join together to register their demand for broadband services.
The complex, which includes an ATM and internet kiosk, is owned by its local community, through the parish council, and is supported by a 250,000 [pounds sterling] grant from the Countryside Agency.
The banking arrangements of the Countryside Agency, part of the Government's environment department, are set to embarrass Ministers.
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