Rights of Way Consultation

Walkers, ramblers,
riders and nature lovers are being invited to contribute to a 10
year plan to protect and enhance the city’s footpaths and
bridleways.

The plan, being
drawn up by Brighton & Hove City Council, aims to improve access
to the countryside for residents and visitors to the city. A
draft Rights of Way Improvement plan has been published, and
residents are now being asked to add their comments and produce
a plan which meets the needs of all countryside users.

The council needs to
know what the needs of rights of way users are in the 21st
century. Is the rights of way network up to scratch? What could
be done to make using the footpaths and bridleways a better
experience? What changes could be made to make paths available
for a wider range of people?

Copies of the draft
plan are available from citydirect centres in Bartholomew
Square, Brighton, the Town Hall, Hove and Victoria Road,
Portslade – call 01273 290000 for opening times. Copies are also
in all city libraries and can be viewed on our website:

www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/rowip
. Alternatively you can
request a copy by contacting us at the address below.

You can also request
a copy in large print from:

Countryside Service,
Brighton & Hove City Council, Town Hall, Norton Road, Hove BN3
3BQ

T: 01273 292140 

E: countryside@brighton-hove.gov.uk

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