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'You can ask for a map that is close to a specific place. You can also ask for transport stops (such as bus stops) to be added to the map. There are also details about how you could include a map o ...
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'As the Highway and Surveying Authority for Bristol City Council, we are responsible for 101 miles (163 kilometres) of public rights of way. The Council aims to make the most of this netwo ...
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'While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the data presented, we cannot guarantee that the data will always be accurate and complete. The data is intended to be viewed at a scale ...
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'We maintain and protect 2765 miles (4450 km) of public right of way across Cornwall.'


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'In addition to the Definitive Map and Statement on paper, many local councils offer an online version of their Rights of Way map. These online versions aren't definitive in the legal ...
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'We have a legal responsibility to make sure the routes we look after can be enjoyed by everyone including walkers, cyclists and horse riders. You can find out abo ...
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'You can zoom in and out at various scales by following the instructions displayed underneath the Map, and by using the Legend and Layer buttons in the righthand panel you can see all Public Ri ...
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'You can walk freely on mapped areas of downland, heathland and registered common land, as well as mountains and moors ... East Sussex has around 2,000 miles (3,218km) of footpaths, bridle ...
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'Although Essex County Council (ECC) is committed to maintaining and protecting the network of public rights of way across the county, the work of local volunteer groups is invaluable when ...
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'Our Contractor on behalf of Herefordshire Council are responsible for maintaining the public rights of way network across the county. However, a scheme is in place which allows parish councils ...
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'The Commons Registration Act 1965 no longer applies in Hertfordshire as we are one of the 7 pioneer authorities for the Commons Act 2006. To register a piece of l ...
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'The County Council is required to maintain a definitive map and statement of public rights of way, which is the legal record of public rights of way in Leicestershire. Only the Definitive Map< ...
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The Key used is: [1] Purple Line = Footpath - - - : [2] Green Line = Bridleway - - - : [3] Broken Green Line = Restricted Byway - - - : [4] Brown Line = Byway Open to All Traffic


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'You can use the Map to plan your countryside visit, discover information about public rights of way in your locality and report problems with the rights of way network to the Council.'


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'New revised maps have been unveiled today [24 September 2014] that show where people can explore and enjoy the Welsh countryside ... The publishing of the maps was the first comprehensive review o ...
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'This Web Site is a partnership between Suffolk County Council and Suffolk's District Councils ... These pages have been written for the public and land managers a ...
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'You can also use the Interactive Map to find details of walks and events, look for schools, libraries, and nature reserves, and find out information from the 2001 Census. The map is being develope ...
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'On OS Explorer maps of England and Wales, everywhere is divided into 1 km grid squares. To take part, pick one of these squares and walk every footpath in it ... Which square you pick is up to you ...
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Download from the Website four PDFs: [1] Otterburn Open Access Map - - - : [2] Otterburn Controlled Access Map - - - : [3] Otterburn General Access Map - - - : [4] Otterburn Area Guidelines


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'In some cases the coloured lines (Wiltshire Council's mapping layers) will not exactly match the rights of way shown on the Ordnance Survey map underneath. This is because network cha ...
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