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The Causeway Coast and Glens Borough is home to some of the most well-known landscape in Northern Ireland.  A popular year round visitor destination it provides multiple opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy the outdoors. At just under 2000 square kilometres and boasting a world famous coastline the Borough stretches from Lough Foyle in the west to the Glens of Antrim in the east and from the Causeway Coast and Rathlin in the north to the Sperrins and Bann Valley in the south.
Council recognise the value of this landscape and through its Coast and Countryside Unit aims to lead on its development, promotion and management in a responsible and sustainable manner.
The service areas of the Coast and Countryside Unit will include the following;
•Relevant legislation (e.g Access to the Countryside (NI) Order 1983 and The Environment (NI) Order 2002)
•Biodiversity and habitat management
•Outdoor Recreation (Land, water, air activities)
•Beaches and Bathing Waters (coastal management)
•Natural Heritage (Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Special Areas of Conservation, Areas of Special Scientific Interest, Local Nature Reserves)
•Coast & Countryside Development
•Coast & Countryside Management
•Outdoor Recreation & Biodiversity Events
•Promotion & marketing of outdoor/natural product

Public Right of Way Investigation Procedure

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