frontager

frontager

(ˈfrʌntɪdʒə)
n
an owner of property or land which immediately faces a beach or street
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Known as "frontagers' rights" it can only be exercised by the landowner personally so cannot be delegated, not even to a constable.
Created by Oldways' Cheese of Choice Coalition and in association with the prestigious Guilde Internationale des Frontagers, Raw-Milk Cheese Appreciation Day offers cheese enthusiasts a chance to participate in events celebrating the distinctiveness and cultural heritage of raw-milk cheese, say organizers.
This led a Dr Maurice G Evans to write a letter to the paper complaining, 'Ours being a free country, I suppose Mr Andrews has a right to run any number of unnecessary buses he pleases, to the annoyance of frontagers and to the detriment of the Tramway Company.