Open Spaces Society promotes amendments to Commons Bill

Local authorities should have power to assume ownership of unclaimed common land, according to the Open Spaces Society. It is promoting amendments to the Commons Bill, which is being debated in the House of Lords this week. Thousands of hectares of ownerless commons throughout England and Wales could be used for public enjoyment, increased biodiversity and cultural heritage, the society claims.

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