A guide to definitive maps of public paths: a guide to the preparation of draft, provisional and definitive maps of public rights of representation and objection
Commons, Open Spaces and Footpaths Preservation Society, 1970 - Sports & Recreation - 29 pages
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WHAT IS THE SURVEY OF RIGHTS OF WAY ?
REVISION OF MAP AND STATEMENT
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1949 Act provides 28 days add a path appears application bridlepath or footpath bridleway byway open carriage road mainly coming into force conclusive evidence Countryside Act 1968 county borough County Council creation agreements decision direct the surveying district and parish draft revision existence Farmer G Footpath Society Highways Act 1959 initial survey inquiry landowner last definitive map Limited Special Review London Gazette map and statement map in consequence map is conclusive Minister Ministry of Housing newspapers circulating objection period Ordnance Survey parish councils parish meeting path omitted path shown position and width presumed dedication previous definitive map previous map previous survey procedure provisional map provisional stage public paths public right published a revised reclassification of roads reclassify roads relevant date representation and objection representation or objection revised definitive map revised draft map revised map revision stages revisions begun Schedule Section 33 Stile survey map surveying authority track vehicular traffic