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

By Dr N R Curry, N. Curry

During this ebook, Nigel Curry offers an entire severe appraisal of guidelines and plans for geographical region game, and proposes, within the context of rural restructuring as a complete, more than a few new instructions for coverage that might larger serve the wishes of either the general public and the nation-state to the flip of the century.

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2 RECREATION IN THE URBAN FRINGE The failure of the 1949 Act effectively to consider recreation provision in areas anywhere but national parks gave the town and country planning system an opportunity to fill the breach. Patrick Abbercrombie, a co-founder of the (then) Council for the Preservation of Rural England, in his Greater London Plan advocated a system of outdoor recreation that included green wedges and green belts for public enjoyment as well as the containment of urban sprawl. It was thus the planning system rather than countryside legislation per se, that was beginning to address the recreational aspirations of the more middle-class southern pressure groups that had had a significant role prior to the 1949 Act.

And in the context specifically of experimental schemes for public enjoyment, the Commission was to facilitate rather than promote them. Thus, when country parks, picnic sites and transit camping sites were introduced they had an air of ‘provision with containment’ about them. They were to serve the increasing needs of the urban population and therefore be close to urban centres. There was no need for them to be particularly beautiful but they should have both refreshments and shelter. It was stressed too in the notes on Clauses to the Bill, that local authorities should distinguish them from urban and suburban parks in respect of serving a migratory rather than just a resident population since they were to cater for recreational overspill from one area to another.

24 THE 1970S AND 1980S By the mid-1970s this ‘containment’ ethos led to a significant slowing down in new facility provision under the 1968 Act and to a large degree as a consequence of this, countryside management schemes became more widespread. For the urban fringe they had been formalized in 1972 with the introduction of the Urban Fringe Experiments in the Bollin Valley on the edge of Manchester (Countryside Commission, 1976b). These experiments extended the objectives of the upland management schemes beyond practical problem-solving to reconciling the interests of different user groups and were stimulated by a number of factors.

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