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Countryside and Rights of Way Bill -
Amendments to be debated in the House of Lords

Here you can browse the Supplement (c) to the Renumbered Marshalled List of Amendments to the Countryside and Rights of Way Bill to be moved in Committee in the House of Lords.

  
After Clause 62
 
  
BY THE BARONESS MILLER OF CHILTHORNE DOMER
 
     Insert the following new Clause-- 
     ("  .--(1)  In section 1 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (traffic regulation orders outside Greater London), after subsection (1)(f) there is inserted--
    (g)  for facilitating the use of pedal cycles on bridleways, subject to the publishing of statutory notices and the agreement of the access authority".
    (2)  In section 31 of the Road Traffic Act 1988--
    (a)  after subsection (1)(b) there is inserted ", and
      (c)  is accompanied by a road traffic regulation order if conducted on a bridleway,"; and
    (b)  in subsection (2) the words "other than a bridleway" are omitted.
    (3)  Any right of way enjoyed on a cycle track by the public on pedal cycles shall be enjoyed by the public on horseback.
 
    (4)  The provisions of section 31 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 as amended by subsection (2) above shall apply to a race or trial of speed between horses or horses and cycles on any track as defined by section 1 of the Cycle Tracks Act 1984.")
Use of pedal cycles on bridleways and horses on cycle tracks.
  
After Clause 71
 
  
BY THE LORD RENTON OF MOUNT HARRY
 
     Insert the following new Clause-- 
     ("  .--(1)  A conservation board shall have power in respect of every financial year beginning after the establishment of that board to issue levies to the councils by whom local authority members fall to be appointed to it, and accordingly section 71 of the Environment Act 1995 shall apply to a conservation board as if references in that section to a National Park authority were references to the board.
 
    (2)  The Secretary of State (as respects England) or the National Assembly for Wales (as respects Wales) may make grants to a conservation board for such purposes, of such amounts and on such terms and conditions as the Secretary of State or the Assembly thinks fit, and accordingly sections 72 and 73 of the Environment Act 1995 shall apply as if references in that section to a National Park authority were references to the board.")
Conservation boards: finances.
  
Schedule 11
 
  
BY THE BARONESS MILLER OF CHILTHORNE DOMER
 
     Page 114, line 5, column 3, at end insert-- 
 
    ("In section 39(1) the words "which is both in the countryside and".")
 
 
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