A person may not at any time burn any heather, rough grass, bracken, gorse or vaccinium1 on any land2 unless:
(1) there are where the burning is taking place sufficient persons and equipment to control and regulate the burning during the entire period of the operation3; and
(2) he takes, before commencing burning and during the entire period of the operation, all reasonable precautions to prevent injury or damage to any adjacent land, or to any person or thing whatsoever on that land4.
In Wales, it is additionally provided that a person may not at any time burn any heather,
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