Home Leisure and community Parks and outdoor activities Leicestershire Local Access Forum The Leicestershire Local Access Forum represents the interests of everyone concerned with public access in Leicestershire including both users and landowners. The forum also promotes the use of rights of way, country parks and open access for recreational use, as well as for commuting. There is a separate forum which covers the city.The main role of the Forum is to advise all levels of local government, national government departments and relevant agencies on policy proposals and issues relating to access. The forum also carries out regular site visits to assess the state of public land across the county, and to advise the authorities responsible of the forums findings.MeetingsMembers of the public are welcome to attend meetings of the Forum. You can view future meeting dates and minutes from previous meetings online, as well as seeing the current members of the forum.Meeting dates and minutesAnnual reportsLocal Access Forum annual report 2015 PDF, 227kbOpens new windowLocal Access Forum annual report 2014 PDF, 333kbOpens new windowLocal Access Forum annual report 2013 PDF, 238kbOpens new windowJoin the ForumThe forum is open to anyone who has an interest in recreational rights of way, such as walkers, horse riders, landowners and conservationists. The forum aims to be representative of as wide a cross-section of society as possible and anyone is welcome to apply.As a member of the Local Access Forum you can:Make a positive contribution to rights of way across the countyShare your experience and provide your own perspectiveRepresent a specific area that interests youTo apply read the membership application pack and fill in the application form.LAF membership application pack PDF, 406kbOpens new windowLAF membership application formOpens new windoIf you have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org Further reading Help us improve this page Hide content Was this page helpful? Yes It was helpful, but Please select a reasonthere's a broken link it's hard to understand it's incorrect it's outdated it's too long Other No Please select a reasonit didn't answer my question it's not detailed enough it's hard to understand it's incorrect it's outdated it's too long Other Details Email address We’ll only use this to ask for more detail if we need to.