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Access to urban parks is far from equal – fining people who travel to reach nature is not the answer

By Ian Mell, Senior Lecturer in Environmental & Landscape Planning, University of Manchester
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Two women were recently issued with a £200 fine by Derbyshire police for driving five miles to a local reservoir for a walk. While the fine has since been rescinded, the case has prompted questions over why people are travelling to access nature, perhaps taking COVID-19 with them, under the current lockdown.


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