Solheim Cup Exemption Order
Temporary closure of public access
Exemption Orders are made under Section 1 of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 to temporarily remove the legal right of public access from an area for a special purpose. To allow for the organisation of the Solheim Cup it is proposed that areas involved will be closed for public access both in advance of and during the event.
The purpose for the proposed order is to provide for public safety and security prior to, during and after the Solheim Cup and to allow a charge to be made for admission to the event.
You can view the Solheim Cup Notice of the Proposed Order [71Kb] and the associated map [352Kb] showing the areas to be exempted. Some areas will be exempted before the event to allow for construction and organisation of the event infrastructure and these areas will be closed for public access between 26 August to 16 September. In addition further areas will be closed for public access between 9 and 16 September during the Solheim Cup. The closures include several core paths which are within the area of the exemption.
Anyone wishing to comment or object to this proposed exemption can do so during the consultation period from 18 March to 22 April 2019 in writing, stating reasons for any objection. Please address any comment or objection to the Head of Legal Services, Council Building, 2 High Street, Perth PH1 5PH.
Please note that public rights of way and public roads within the exempted area will be closed under separate legislation and should not be referred to within this consultation.
There are many attractive paths to explore nearby.