Countryside Change as the CRoW Flies

AJ Hargrave

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    As barns become business units, pasture land morphs into mountain bike trails, and stable blocks convert to country cottages, rural Britain is emerging from years of gloom. From derelict sheds to farm shops, out of overgrown wet tracks into wildlife trails, and from roadside fields to maize mazes, the UK farm is also changing shape and transforming itself into a vibrant business. This week's At your Leisure looks at the changing countryside and the resurrection of the rural economy in the context of the Countryside and Rights of Way (CRoW) Act which recently extended the 'right to roam' to many areas of privately owned land
    Translated title of the contributionCountryside Change as the CRoW Flies
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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