Consultation on the Rights of Way Improvement Plan.

This consultation closed on 10 November 2017.

The Rights of Way Improvement Plan is an objective and strategic view of the rights of way network in the county and looks at how to benefit different types of user.

We are reviewing our Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP), in accordance with the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.

The current ROWIP was produced in 2007 with assistance from many individuals, groups and organisations. The plan has been reviewed and updated with the help of the Herefordshire Local Access Forum, setting out the council's five key aims and priorities for its public path network over the next ten years:

  • Enhance health, well-being and enjoyment of life
  • Increase economic prosperity
  • Improve local transport networks and travel choice
  • Provide access for all
  • Increase community involvement

ROWIP 2017 to 2027

If you have any questions about the plan, please email herefordshireprow@bblivingplaces.com

We treat any information you provided as strictly confidential and use it only for the purposes described here. We will not share it with any other parties.

Published: Wednesday, 16th August 2017