I had been reading this thread and was encouraged by the statements that outdoor exercise is deemed essential. However on a BBC Q & A page from a couple of days ago there was question regarding travel for golf across Tier 3 council areas.
'Q: Am I allowed to travel from East Ayrshire to East Renfrewshire to play golf?
A: The neighbouring councils of East Ayrshire and East Renfrewshire are both level three areas.
One of the exemptions to the travel rule allows for 'local outdoor informal exercise such as walking, cycling or running'.
However, we put this particular question to the Scottish government and they said it would not be permitted as travelling from Kilmarnock to Giffnock, for example, was not 'local'.'
This is quite concerning if the central belt remains in Tier 3.