Issue - meetings
Public Rights of Way Annual Report
Meeting: 15/07/2014 - Cabinet (Item 39)
As detailed in the recommendation.
The Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Environment introduced the Annual Report on the work of the Public Rights of Way Service which included articles on specific projects demonstrating progress in the implementation of the Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP).
The report provided details of some high-profile initiatives that the Rights of Way section had been involved in.
The Chief Officer, Planning and Environment added that the Burton Point cycleway had proved to be a huge success story with over 10,000 bicyclists using the way in September 2013 alone. The route provided a safe and environmentally sustainable alternative to the A494/A550 trunk road for people living and working on either side of the border, as well as for the many visitors to the area.
That the contents of the Annual Report be noted.