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Statement on Langness in House of Keys

Mon, 28 Jun 2010


The former Transport Minister is to be asked to make a statement on footpath at Langness in the House of Keys tomorrow.

David Anderson, now the Minister for Health, had responsiblity for public footpaths when the Langness Inquiry was conducted.

The independent inspector found that there were public rights of way across the land.

The landowners had a twenty-eight day period to appeal against the decision. This period has now ellapsed.

The Southern part of the peninsula is owned by Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson, whilst the northern half is owned by former Sefton group boss Graham Ferguson-Lacey.

The House of Keys sits tomorrow morning.

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