Creation of new public rights of way a footpath bridleway or restricted byway can be created by one of the following means dedication in england and wales a footpath bridleway or restricted byway may be expressly dedicated by the owner as a public right of way. Public rights of way include footpaths byways and bridleways public rights of way are listed and described in definitive maps and statements legal records of public rights of way check your local authoritys office or local library for a copy of the definitive map and statement for your area in scotland everyone has the right to be on . Map of footpaths and bridleways the interactive map below shows public footpaths and bridleways across staffordshire please note this is not the definitive map of public rights of way the definitive map is a paper document and this is a digital interpretation of it enter your street name or postcode in the search below to zoom to your location. A right of way is a path that anyone has the legal right to use on foot and sometimes using other forms of transport public footpaths are normally open only to walkers public bridleways are open to walkers horse riders and cyclists. Footpaths bridleways and other public rights of way public rights of way are open to everyone they can be roads paths or tracks and can go through towns countryside and over private property powys has over 12000 individual public rights of way many of which are used for recreation particularly walking cycling horse riding and
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