A Scottish Government agency has delayed plans to re-open a famous and popular footpath in Edinburgh, prompting angry denunciations from walkers and climbers.
A community group bidding to create a bitterly disputed golf course has been attacked as an “astroturfing front”.
Scottish Government agency under attack after seeming to encourage people to “enjoy walks” along a famous footpath in Edinburgh long closed to the public.
A billionaire bidding to build an "environmentally friendly" golf course on protected sand dunes donated to US groups who have challenged climate science.
Landholders have allegedly blocked or deterred public access to Scotland’s paths more than 1,000 times in recent years according to data logged by local authorities.
The closure of one of Edinburgh’s most famous footpaths is to be reviewed following pressure from access and conservation groups.
The public could be banned forever from one of Edinburgh’s most historic and popular footpaths.
A Scottish walking charity has condemned Network Rail for closing more than 1,250 level crossings in Britain since 2009, obstructing access for walkers.
Ramblers Scotland said North Chesthill Estate in Glenlyon, which is home to four Munros, has ”long been notorious amongst walkers.