Category Archives: Rights of Way

Public set to have their say on Nottinghamshire rights of way plans

Nottinghamshire County Council is set to launch an eight-week consultation to help boost plans to manage its public rights of way – a network of 4,000 public footpaths, bridleways and byways. The go-ahead to launch a consultation in the New … Continue reading

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Beeston Fields Drive – Gate Open

Rich Hartman commented last night that the gate on Beeston Fields Drive at the Cow Lane end was open See https://bramcotetoday.org.uk/2017/07/03/beeston-fields-drive-entrance-from-cow-lane/#comment-38501 I have checked this morning (6.55am): The vehicle gate is wide open. The pedestrian gate is not locked. Councillor Martin … Continue reading

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Beeston Fields Drive Access

Councillor Steve Carr writes. have received many calls from residents concerned about the pedestrian barrier being erected at the entrance to Beeston Fields Drive. I have emailed the Legal Director at the County Council to alert her of the situation … Continue reading

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Beeston Fields Drive – Entrance from Cow Lane

Alex Lloyd writes: Does anyone know whether there will still be pedestrian access onto Beeston Fields Drive from Cow Lane after the new gates are completed?

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Countdown Begins to Prevent Loss of Thousands of Footpaths and Alleyways

Right-to-roam law means pre-1949 rights of way that are not on official maps must be recorded in next 10 years or will no longer be protected. Click on this link to read an article in the Guardian which outlines the … Continue reading

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