If it thinks fit, a local planning authority1 may display notices at places where the public obtain access to any land2 to which a rights of access map3 relates, specifying any restrictions4 on access to the land or any part of it5. A local planning authority6 may erect and maintain notices indicating the boundaries of land comprised in an access agreement or order7 and of any excepted land8. When land is subject to an access agreement or order the authority may defray, or contribute towards, or undertake
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