ET Landnet Director’s New Appointment
Public Rights of Way Specialists, ET Landnet, are delighted to announce that Director, Mary-Ann Nossent has been appointed to the Board of the Institute of Equality and Diversity Practitioners.
Mary-Ann has worked closely on a number of countryside access projects for landowners looking to achieve path diversions, and has been acknowledged as an expert in her field. Her pioneering work was central to the success of the diversion package at Pitshill, West Sussex which was secured in the face of objections from the Ramblers, Open Spaces Society and the County Council.
ET Landnet Managing Director, Michael Wood said "This appointment is a testament to Mary-Ann's dedication to her work and will ensure greater awareness of wider access issues when considering public path changes. For too long the views of narrow interest groups have carried disproportionate weight and landowners are entitled to look to make changes to the network that not only benefit them, but also lead to better path accessibility".
ET Landnet works exclusively for landowners, tenants and their professional advisers on public rights of way issues throughout England and Wales and can be contacted on 0845 8388440.
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