In relation to Wales, the relevant authority1 may by direction, on an application made by a person interested in any land2, exclude or restrict public access to that land3 during a specified period4, if the authority is satisfied that the exclusion or restriction5 of public access to the extent provided by the direction is necessary for the purposes of the management of the land by the applicant6.
In relation to England, the relevant authority may make a land management direction in relation to any land ('the designated land')7. It may exercise such powers:
(1) in any case, on the application
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