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PLC Investigates Blocked Registered Public Shoreline Access Points

Local News 13 Dec, 2021 Follow News

PLC Investigates Blocked Registered Public Shoreline Access Points

Landowners are advised to clear all blocked Registered Public Accesses on their land


The Public Lands Commission’s (PLC) Inspectorate under the Ministry of District Administration and Lands, advises the public that blocking a registered public access point without a reasonable excuse, is an offence under the Public Lands Act (2020 Revision). The PLC Inspectorate is currently in the process of re-inspecting all public shoreline accesses.

“Whilst conducting inspections, we came across registered accesses to the shoreline that are purposely blocked by landowners. We want to alert the public that we are currently working towards clearing all blocked registered public accesses and to erect standardized public access signs for better identification of public access points.” advised PLC Chief Inspector, Winsome Prendergast.

The PLC further advises that all landowners to remove any blockages of Registered Public Access on their land. Should any landowner be in doubt regarding a Registered Public Access on their property, the landowner can contact the Public Lands Commission at plc@gov.ky or (345) 946-7110.

For more information on the Public Lands Commission and to review the full Public Lands Act (2020 Revision): visit www.gov.ky/plc

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