| Commentary

156 Byelaws

| Commentary

156 Byelaws

Local authorities have the power to make byelaws in relation to any local nature reserve1. Whilst it is not a necessary requirement, widespread public access will often be a feature of local nature reserves and byelaws are a useful tool in regulating the exercise by the public of those rights of access.

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