Agenda

Venue: The Kenn Centre, Exeter Road, Kennford, Exeter EX6 7UE

Contact: Hilary Winter, Forum Officer, 07837171000, 01392 382771  Email: devoncaf@devon.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies

2.

Declaration of interests

3.

Minutes of the meeting held on 9 October 2018 pdf icon PDF 179 KB

4.

Matters arising

4.1

Exe Estuary Partnership Dog Walking Code (4.1 09.10.18)

4.2

Coastal access progress reports (16. 09.10.18)

5.

Public questions

5.1

Highway Code

Mrs Chris Ingram, South West Riders, has requested that the DCAF write to the Department of Transport to ask for horse-riders, as vulnerable road users, to be included in the forthcoming review of the Highway Code.

6.

Correspondence log pdf icon PDF 95 KB

7.

Reports from meetings attended by DCAF members

7.1

Regional Local Access Forum 2026 Training Day

Report from training day led by Sarah Bucks and Phil Wadey, authors of ‘Rights of Way. Restoring the Record’.

7.2

Parish Paths Partnership annual volunteer events

8.

Minutes of the Public Rights of Way Committee meeting held on 15 November 2018 pdf icon PDF 72 KB

9.

Public Rights of Way update

10.

Presentation by Richard Walton, South West Coast Path National Trail Officer

11.

DCAF Greenspace position statement

To discuss draft position statement.

12.

To note and approve responses to consultations and any feedback

12.1

Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy safety review: proposals for new cycling offences pdf icon PDF 81 KB

To note and approve response.

12.2

Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty Position Statement pdf icon PDF 95 KB

To note and approve DCAF response to the five Devon AONBs Management Plan reviews.

12.3

Emerging Exeter Vision for 2040 pdf icon PDF 132 KB

To note and approve response (text submitted to online survey)

12.4

Protected Landscapes Review pdf icon PDF 86 KB

To note and approve response.

13.

Current consultations

13.1

Hemyock Common pdf icon PDF 51 KB

Review of statutory direction under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.  Natural England.

Additional documents:

13.2

Fire Beacon Hill management options consultation pdf icon PDF 3 MB

RSPB consultation on the future management of Fire Beacon Hill, a Local Nature Reserve.  The site is access land.

14.

Dates of meetings 2018/2019

15.

Any other business