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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Moreover, if the soldiers themselves are to cultivate that common land which is appropriated for their support, there will be no distinction between the soldier and the husbandman, which the legislator intended there should be; and if there should be any others who are to cultivate the private property of the husbandman and the common lands of the military, there will be a fourth order in the state which will have no share in it, and always entertain hostile sentiments towards it.
They must lead somewhere --to something else than common land, more palmy than the palms.
But irate residents have questioned the erection of the fence at the car park, which is still registered as Common Land, to allow the works to begin.
A PROTOTYPE electronic register of common land, town and village greens has been showcased to local authorities across Wales.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 20, 2019-: SCISYS/Welsh Government: Transform Registers of Common Land, Town or Village Greens
We are sick of being ridden roughshod over by the council and by taking away this common land, the wildlife is losing its habitat, which is unnecessary.
Chairwoman of theCity of Durham Parish Council Councillor Elizabeth Scott said: "The Parish Council has real concerns about the unexpected fencing which has been erected around the common land.
It was also directed to issue the two leaflet receipt of suburbs (common land) and land cultivated by farmers.
A proposal was thrown out by the Secretary of State in 2015 because it could encroach on common land in Pelsall.
They said that the bickering among the villagers over the ownership of common land would increase which could disturb peaceful atmosphere of the area.
McDonald's plans for a new drive-thru in Earlswood have been dealt a blow after the burger giant was denied permission to gobble up a small piece of common land in order to build it.