.

East Riding and Kingston upon Hull joint local access forum

Information about what the joint local access forum is and how to find out further details of their work. 

What is the joint local access forum?

The East Riding of Yorkshire and Kingston upon Hull joint local access forum is a statutory advisory forum administered by the council in partnership with Hull City Council.

The forum is one of approximately 80 local access forums across the country and their main role is to provide independent and constructive advice about making improvements to public access for outdoor recreation and sustainable travel.

Most of the forum members are volunteers and bring knowledge and expertise from a broad range of different countryside and recreational interests (e.g. walking, cycling, horse riding, land management, tourism).  Meetings of the joint local access forum are held in public on a quarterly basis and advertised in advance.

The council's role includes the recruitment and training of forum members, organising meetings , supporting delivery of the forum's work and producing an annual report that is forwarded to local, regional and national contacts.


How can I find more information about the joint local access forum?

The minutes, agendas, future meeting dates and latest annual report can be accessed from the council, committees, joint local access forum page.  That webpage will also advise whether there are presently and vacancies for new voluntary members to join the forum.


For any further information, including copies of annual reports from previous years, please contact the secretariat by email at accessforum@eastriding.gov.uk

    • Information
    • No results were returned for your criteria

Stay connected

Sign up for the latest news and updates from East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

We will use GovDelivery to send you emails, it is secure and you can choose to stop receiving emails at any time. Find out more in our Privacy notice.