The Institute of Public Rights of Way and Access Management is the professional body which represents individuals employed in the management of public rights of way and other access in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, principally as local government officers.
Its members cover the whole of the field of access work, from countryside rangers putting in gates to enforcement officers, path inspectors, strategic access developers and solicitors, as well as those maintaining the definitive map and making public path orders.
For more information on IPROW please see below this Covid-19 notice.
01/06/2020 Defra Covid-19 Guidance www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-advice-on-accessing-green-spaces-safely
Note that this guidance does not point out that the access or activities referred to may be unlawful under other legislation. We are in discussion with Defra.
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