Landowners warned about public rights of way as Covid-19 sees increase in walkers
Farming Monthly National|July 2020
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Landowners warned about public rights of way as Covid-19 sees increase in walkers
Farmers and landowners are being advised to protect themselves from unwanted public rights of way being created, as the Covid-19 pandemic results in an increasing number of walkers in the countryside.

Leading property consultancy Fisher German is urging landowners to protect their interests as the boom in walking during the lockdown period has resulted in more people trespassing.

Experts from the firm’s rural team have said that even if landowners currently see no harm, not protecting their assets now may result in public rights of way being created and losing control of their land in the future.

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July 2020