Hello I am a solicitor with 20 years experience. I will try to help you with this.
I am afraid there is no such right of access. You may have to research the ownership of the lane leading up to gate A oe use it and hope no one objects.
I am curious as to the decision, had there been no gate A are you saying that there still wouldnt be an access from gate B to the nearest highway?
If some one does object to me using gate A onto the nearest highway, your logic suggests that I have been gifted a piece of land with no access to extract timber, surely this cannot be correct.
Are you saying that if I am stooped from using gate A by some one who claims ownership of the lane then I have been gifted a piece of woodland with no way of extracting timber to a public highway.
Hello I would like to end this dialogue, and will not be rating the advise further. I think this matter is too complicated for a chat forum, and I will not get the depth of advise that I require to make a decision as to whether I should take this matter to court. I was naive to think this would be the case. Thanks