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This website is a voice for victims of unfair ‘Public Rights of Way’ disputes! Scroll down to read 70+ Posts

This website is a voice for victims of unfair ‘Public Rights of Way’ disputes! Scroll down to read 70+ Posts

I am a 72 year old pensioner and I am the victim of a Public Right of Way claim through my garden. Along with other friends who also suffer from this blight on their lives, we hope to help ourselves and others who find themselves alone in an unjust, unfair and archaic system. It will take us a while to get to grips with making a relevant and interesting web site but we are an enthusiastic bunch with much expertise…

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Cowards of the ‘Anonymous’ Complaint.

Cowards of the ‘Anonymous’ Complaint.

It’s really not nice when an anonymous member of the public makes a complaint about you. It’s even worse when you know that their complaint stems from perhaps a personal dislike, a jealousy or just a sheer desire to get you into trouble. I suffered yet another of these ‘made up’ anonymous complaints again last week. Fortunately I am of an age that affords me a very thick skin concerning these matters and I am happily able to ignore it…

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A FOOTPATH PAVED WITH (YOUR) GOLD

A FOOTPATH PAVED WITH (YOUR) GOLD

By:BrianPain&David Rottenborough This is definitely worth a read. The article is from The Faversham Eye and can also be read by clicking on the link above. How a small clique of Parish councillors can manipulate the law to finance their pipe dream with charity and taxpayer’s money. Plan of the footpath routes: the closed path is in red and the alternative route in blue. The dashed black lines are public footpaths It was only going to cost £4,500. So it…

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Ramblers Rule! They can walk in groups of thirty. Why?

Ramblers Rule! They can walk in groups of thirty. Why?

so it’s one rule for everyone else and another for the Ramblers! Of course, I shouldn’t be surprised, it’s always the same for this untouchable organisation. It never fails to amaze me how they wield this Incredible power, when even government are frightened to upset them! They are even classed as a charity and receive funds from the postcode lottery. I wonder how many of the public realise how rich an organisation they are and yet they are allowed to…

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The inspector is bound by her findings to confirm, decline or modify the Order even if it’s stupid………..Until the deregulation act comes in we are bound by stupidity.

The inspector is bound by her findings to confirm, decline or modify the Order even if it’s stupid………..Until the deregulation act comes in we are bound by stupidity.

This is the order Order Ref: ROW/3220614 These are quotes from the Inspector. “a right of way is not stopped up simply by the fact that it is built over.” “Considerations relating to the Human Rights Act 1998 (“the 1998 Act”) are not engaged in relation to an Order of this type.“ “The criteria which may be considered under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 are strictly limited;” “it is not possible to interpret the legislation in such a way…

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A Remote video hearing is Totally unacceptable!

A Remote video hearing is Totally unacceptable!

Aside from the fact that these so called PROW inquiries Should be in a Court of Law not a village hall, they certainly should not be relegated to a ‘do it yourself’ Zoom meeting! Each time I consider any aspect of the PROW system I think that this pseudo judicial set up cannot possibly get any worse. I am continually proved wrong. If Norfolk County Council want Public Rights over anyones home or property then they should have to prove…

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ANN’S MYROW DIARY W/C 21st JUNE 2020 Eleven Months Later!

ANN’S MYROW DIARY W/C 21st JUNE 2020 Eleven Months Later!

Let’s not elaborate on this because in Public Rights of Way there are only three speeds SLOW, VERY SLOW AND STOP! Ok so we finally got the Order…….zzzzzzz Meanwhile we’ve played damage limitations and built a beautiful new house! Now please don’t get the idea we have any intention of giving up our fight for justice and common sense, along with all the other victims of this corrupt and ‘not fit for purpose’ system. We most certainly have not! Norfolk…

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The Government have a duty to Get Deregulation Done

The Government have a duty to Get Deregulation Done

Originally footpaths were local and used by people for a purpose. The ‘rules’ now governing these paths are archaic and fail to meet the needs of todays society. Footpaths that used to be for getting to work, visiting a neighbour or going to church are now required for recreation and tourism. The demand is great from ‘extra’ users which now include horse riders,cyclists,4×4’s,motorbikes and walkers who no longer ‘need’ the paths but want them for recreation. The archaic laws allow…

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Somerset County Council process 10 modification applications per YEAR. They currently have 375!!!

Somerset County Council process 10 modification applications per YEAR. They currently have 375!!!

August 2019 to April 2020 Somerset County Council have had 18 more applications!!! This was the answer received from Somerset County Council in August 2019 “We aim to determine 10 applications per year. However, we have recently taken steps to increase the rate at which applications are determined. Based on the current rate of determination I estimate it will be 20 – 30 years before investigation of application 8**M commences.“ The current indiscriminate RAMBLER initiatives to claim Historic Paths from…

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April 1st but it’s no joke!

April 1st but it’s no joke!

Guidance Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Planning Inspectorate guidance – updated 01 April 2020 In response to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), The Planning Inspectorate has published guidance on site visits, hearings, inquiries and events. Like many in the planning system, we have been making difficult decisions to balance the processing of casework whilst ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our Inspectors and casework staff. All casework events in the near future including site visits, hearings and inquiries have been postponed and our staff…

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