common land

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Noun1.common land - a pasture subject to common use
grazing land, ley, pasture, pastureland, lea - a field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestock
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common land

nterreno di uso pubblico
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The Crown Inn is slightly outside the village of Leaves Green in an area surrounded by fields and commonland.
The Crown Inn is slightly outside the village of Leaves Green in an area surrounded by fields and commonland. But the pub is just a ten minute drive from Bromley and Westerham, and not far from Addington.
Some 800 acres of land earmarked for the project was made available after a public inquiry and a Welsh Government decision to de-register it as commonland.
The farm includes a piece of unploughed commonland, which in springtime is a mass of butter-yellow, thick with cowslips.
They reminded me of when I was nine or 10 in about 1966, and playing after school with my friends Martin and Ricky on the wooded commonland by St Michael's C of E - Frankpledge Road, now a housing estate - strictly not allowed by the head teacher, Mr Monk.
On and around Halkyn Mountain, a 2,000-acre Flintshire commonland.
Very often (contrary to usual belief) commonland is not owned by the public but is private property.
The new right applies to open country, mountain, moor, heath, down and commonland.
In particular it is encouraging discussion on ways of: registering commons, preserving land and traditional farming methods, and solving problems related to mismanagement of commonland, in particular overgrazing.
For centuries these hills had been commonland. However the poaching (piece by piece) of the basically poor agricultural land and the legal parcelling-up after the Enclosure Act of 1803 meant the area over which one could freely roam gradually shrank.
Any restriction on access to agreed paths as an alternative to complete closure of mountain, moorland, heath and commonland areas, during such periods as lambing or shooting seasons, should be fully funded by government, says the CLA.