[Tagging] Tagging Digest, Vol 24, Issue 31
mikh at delco.idps.co.uk
Thu Sep 29 20:28:48 BST 2011
If the public footpath is cropped i.e. the crop is growing on the path
then the farmer is in breach of the Highways Act and the Highways
Authority should be informed. Mine operates a 'three strikes and out'
policy i.e. magistrate court after two warnings (and the path cleared by
the Council at the farmer's expense).
I don't usually record the surface of the path in cases like these but
do usually add a note that the path was cropped and the date.
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