Protecting Public Rights of Way
The role of Local Councils
In this course with the Open Spaces Society we will look at Rights of Way and local councils’ role.
|Event date||Thu 31 Mar 2022 10:00|
|Event Ends||Thu 31 Mar 2022 13:00|
|Registration closes||Wed 30 Mar 2022 10:00|
|Notes||£25 to Members|
|Speaker||Helen Clayton: Open Spaces Society|
|Location||WALC Zoom Room|
|Event Categories||Specialist Council Training|
|10 am - 1pm||
The session will cover
1.5 CPD Points
Record of attendance at training events is required when applying for the Local Council Awards Scheme
£30.00 per delegate for Member Councils
Non-member fee £60.00
|Help with Delegate’s Fees||
WALC will subsidise member councils
Help with Delegate’s Fees WALC will subsidise member councils
Unfortunately the website cannot currently handle the free places, so if you qualify please put a note in the comments box and we will amend the invoice and resend it to you.
PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE THE AGREEMENT OF YOUR COUNCIL TO PAY THE COURSE FEE
Any delegate cancellations
must be received in writing 5 days before the event for a full refund of the fee. Substitute delegate(s) may be named at any time up to the event.
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|To attend this session||
you will need
A suitable device for attending the session with a speaker, camera and microphone; laptops and tablets are ideal.
Rights of Way Case Officer
Open Spaces Society
Rights-of-way case officer Helen Clayton is an acknowledged expert, from a local authority background, in public rights of way and access legislation, the use of case law and the application of relevant working practices. She has worked with a wide range of organisations and volunteer groups, is a member of the Institute of Public Rights of Way and Access Management, and has represented the Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planning and Transport (ADEPT) Rights of Way Managers Group at a regional and national level. She enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for public rights of way and communicating its complexity into plain language.