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List of useful internet sources

Good Agricultural and Environmental Condition (GAEC).

If you need help in marketing and developing your project "Promoting Paths for People" a marketing guide and toolkit is available from www.pathsforall.org.uk

Information on item designs and structures can be found in the Countryside Access Design Guide http://www.snh.org.uk/publications/on-line/accessguide

If you need help in developing interpretation boards, panels. There are a number of items which can assist you:

"Environmental Interpretation - A Practical Guide for People with Big Ideas and Small Budgets" by Sam H Ham, Published by Fulcrum Publishing (1992) ISBN 1555919022

"A Sense of Place", an interpretive planning handbook by J Carter is available on line www.scotinterpnet.org.uk

If you need Information on how to provide enhanced access for people with disabilities is available in "BT Countryside for All" which is available from the Fieldfare Trust ( www.fieldfare.org.uk).

Information on signposts is available in "Signpost Guidance" available from the Paths for All Partnership www.pathsforall.org.uk

More detailed specifications are available in Building Standards BS 8300: 2001 - 'Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people - Code of practice', which should be available in your local library.

For advice on access in and around buildings, the Scottish Building Standards Agency addresses most of the basic issues within their Technical Handbooks, setting minimum standards for development.

British Standards: BS8300: 2001 Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people. Code of Practice is the source for most building regulation guidance on access in the UK. You can view a copy of this document in your local library.