By Ruaraidh Adams-Cairns, FPDSavills, Ruaraidh Adams-Cairns, FPDSavills14 May 1999
Access to the countryside Public access could impinge on the value of private land, especially if it affects activities such as farming If a landowner can show a danger of 'dimunition of value', he may well be able to resist enforced public access
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