Countryside Recreation, Access and Land Use Planning by Dr N R Curry, N. Curry

By Dr N R Curry, N. Curry

During this publication, Nigel Curry offers a whole serious appraisal of rules and plans for nation-state game, and proposes, within the context of rural restructuring as an entire, a variety of new instructions for coverage that would higher serve the desires of either the general public and the nation-state to the flip of the century.

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8 THE WHITE PAPER ‘LEISURE IN THE COUNTRYSIDE’: COUNTRYSIDE RECREATION SHOULD BE FOR ALL Two conflicting notions thus characterized the development of recreation and access policies during the 1950s and 1960s. First, there was a political will to make up for some of the failings of the 1949 Act in relation to recreation opportunities. Labour and Conservative parties alike provided for new legislation in their 1964 manifestos (Curry, 1986a) which would place emphasis on promoting outdoor recreation.

The Ramblers’ Association, for example, was aware of signs of significant increases in leisure activity in the countryside during the Macmillan era, and deliberately chose to disassociate itself from the mass access movement (Blunden and Curry, 1990). It became more preoccupied with the implementation of the 1949 Act particularly in terms of charting the definitive map. The Association considered the car-based walker not to be a serious contender for membership, something that was to stem its growth considerably.

First, they depended heavily on the competences and even charisma of an independent project officer who would be concerned with getting things done. These things were to embrace clearing and surfacing footpaths, renegotiating new footpath routes, developing small-scale tree planting, providing picnic sites in small woodland areas and so forth. Second, as the Centre for Leisure Research (1986) notes, their success was based more on the common ground that could be established between certain COUNTRYSIDE RECREATION, ACCESS AND LAND USE PLANNING 25 agriculturalists and conservationists than with recreationalists seeking new forms of access.

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