A local planning authority1 may in respect of land2 in its area belonging to it and comprised in a national park or an area of outstanding natural beauty3, or in respect of land or a waterway4 to which the public are given access5, make byelaws for the preservation of order, the prevention of damage and securing that visitors behave themselves so as to avoid undue interference with the enjoyment of land or waterways by others6. Without prejudice to the general power to make byelaws, they may be made:
(1) prohibiting or restricting the use of the land or waterway
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