A feasibility study on improving access for canoeing by voluntary agreement (CRN79)

In 2002 the Minister for Rural Affairs and Local Environmental Quality invited the Countryside Agency to examine whether access to a range of water types, for canoes and paddlers, could be achieved through negotiated voluntary access agreements. The Countryside Agency commissioned Brighton University to undertake a feasibility study based on four pilot areas.

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