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Access Committee Meeting - August 2006

Agenda

MEETING:  ACCESS COMMITTEE

[Membership: W Fenten, TRN Harrison-Topham, D Heather, HA Kirkbride, KJ Lancaster, SR Macaré, JJ Pearlman and Dr KM Petyt.]

VENUE:  GrassingtonTown Hall

DATE/TIME:  Thursday, 10 August 2006 at 10.00am

Business

1. Membership of the Committee.

2. Election of Chairman.

3. Election of Deputy Chairman.

4. Minutes of the meeting held on 11 May 2006.

5. Public Question Time.

The National Park has allocated up to 15 minutes at the start of meetings to allow members of the public the opportunity to ask questions and/or to make statements that relate to the work of the Committee.

Written notice of all questions and/or the intention to make a statement must be received by the Chief Executive (National Park Officer) at Yoredale, Bainbridge, Leyburn DL8 3EL no later than 12 noon on the day before the meeting.

Each person will be allowed to address the meeting for up to three minutes.

6. Apologies for absence.

7. Declarations of the existence and nature of personal interests.

8. Declarations of lobbying.

9. Definitive Map Team – Quarterly Report.

10. Proposals for Prioritising Definitive Map Casework.

11. Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006 – Part 6 Rights of Way.

12. Management of the use of ‘Green Lanes’ in the Yorkshire Dales National Park – Response to the Consultation.

13. Pennine Bridleway - Annual Report 2005/06.

14. Consultation response to the Cumbria County Council Rights of Way Improvement Plan.

15. Report of the Head of Park Management.

16. Draft Minutes of the Yorkshire Dales Access Forum held on 18 July 2006.

17. Such other business as, in the opinion of the Chairman, should, by reason of special circumstances, be considered as a matter of urgency.

DAVID BUTTERWORTH,
CHIEF EXECUTIVE

National Park Office,
Bainbridge

2 August 2006

Note: Tea/coffee will be available a quarter of an hour before the meeting.

THERE WILL NOT BE A TRAINING EVENT FOR MEMBERS AFTER THIS MEETING.

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