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Coastal Access Updates

Natural England has published a December 2017 update on progress on the England Coast Path in the North West. The coast from Silecroft to the Welsh border on the Dee Estuary is described as ‘proposals in development’ but only one stretch of the coast – a 36km stretch from Allonby to Whitehaven is fully open,

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Coastal Access – North West & National Updates 2017

Natural England has produced the monthly update for January 2017 summarising the progress being made on delivery of coastal access in the North West. Stretch 1 (Allonby to Whitehaven) and Stretch 2 (Whitehaven to Silecroft) are ‘open’, Stretches 3 (Gretna to Allonby) and 4 (Walney Island) are in the ‘determine’ phase, stretches 5 (Silecroft to Silverdale)

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National Coastal Access – Progress in North West England, Dec 2015

Natural England have produced their monthly update for December 2015 summarising the progress being made on delivery of coastal access in the North West. The pace of progress is being stepped up and the trail is progressing down into Lancashire, with development and preparation work starting on sections 3 to 6 (covering an area from

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Coastal Access Updates July 2015

Natural England has produced their July update on progress of the roll out of National Coastal Access on the Cumbrian coast. This issue (downloadable below) gives information on the expansion of the local Coastal Access Team and the latest news on all 3 Cumbrian stretches, one of which is open, one of which is awaiting final decision and

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