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New Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) for Buckinghamshire

13 Mar 2019

Have your say on the new rights of way improvement plan

Buckinghamshire County Council is preparing a new ‘Rights of Way Improvement Plan’ (ROWIP), which aims to make sure the rights of way network in the county meets public needs, now and in the future. It will set out the actions Bucks CC will take over the next 10 years to maintain, protect and (hopefully) improve the network of footpaths, bridleways and byways within the County.

Whether you are an individual who lives/rides/drives in Buckinghamshire or run a business such as a livery yard that uses the local rights of way network, please spare the 15-20 minutes it will take to complete the 20 questions in the online ROWIP survey by Sunday 31 March at the very latest

Complete ROWIP survey

Please also pass this on to any of your friends and contacts who may not be aware of this consultation – the more people participate in this survey the better, to ensure that the County Council takes full account of the needs of equestrians in its on-going management of the local rights of way network.

Many thanks,
Petronella Nattrass
BHS Access Field Officer (South Region)

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