One Council publish their ‘Advice‘ to those with a PROW through their gardens. They should be ASHAMED!!!

One Council publish their ‘Advice‘ to those with a PROW through their gardens. They should be ASHAMED!!!

Advice as Follows; [“People living in close proximity to public rights of way are reminded that the public have a legal right to use a Public Right of Way, and that they should not block or obstruct paths. Some paths pass close to residential properties, and in some cases through gardens, but with sensible precautions there is no reason that this would increase the risk to householders of contracting Coronavirus. Public rights of way provide an opportunity for local people to…

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Hilarious!!!!

Hilarious!!!!

Please note that there is a FIFTEEN minute delay in getting from a non existent road to go TWO yards past my cottage! And my car in my driveway might just be a clue as to where the road ends………AT END COTTAGE ? At least my neighbour now knows the way out of his driveway! AND NOT A WORKMAN IN SIGHT!

Country Living gets it VERY BADLY WRONG !

Country Living gets it VERY BADLY WRONG !

Country Living April 2020 – “Rural Issues” “Join the fight for our Footpaths” I was saddened to read your article in Country Living because it was the most ill-informed article it has been my misfortune to read! Relying on unsupported alleged facts is grossly misleading to readers.  In the circumstances and relying on my 30 years’ investigative research experience  re alleged Public Rights of Way it would be helpful if you would take a little time to digest the following, which a…

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and site visits, hearings and inquiries – 17 March 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and site visits, hearings and inquiries – 17 March 2020

This updated guidance follows on from the Government guidance on 16 March advising on social distancing measures. In implementing this advice, we have sought to give consideration to the welfare of both our staff and customers. Hearings and inquiries scheduled for this week have been postponed and no site visits have proceeded in London. In some other circumstances, visits have also been cancelled because of high risk. From now on we are taking the following approaches to casework determined by…

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INVALID PROW CLAIMS!

INVALID PROW CLAIMS!

The Ramblers and Access Groups are having a field day getting as many CLAIMS registered as possible before 2026. All you need is an historic map of around 100 years old. Fill in an application form and make sure you tell anyone affected by your claim. BINGO! You don’t have to even think about it again for a few years…….maybe Only 30…….. NOT SO FOR YOUR VICTIMS WHOSE LIFE YOU HAVE JUST BLIGHTED! Oh and don’t forget that one day…

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Evidence is not always what it seems!

Evidence is not always what it seems!

Ordnance Survey 6 inch to 1 mile maps Ordnance Survey Maps are only PHYSICAL evidence of a way. They are NOT PROOF of a Public Right of Way and they all carry a disclaimer. Tithe Maps and Tithe Apportionments Tithe maps were solely concerned with identifying tithable lands and NOT with roads or their status, so CANNOT be used as definitive evidence about PUBLIC roads Enclosure Maps and Awards They are the LEGAL creation of a way as a highway. …

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ANN’S MYROW DIARY W/C 7th March 2020

ANN’S MYROW DIARY W/C 7th March 2020

Nearly one year since I created this web site. How time flies! Actually it is one year exactly on April 7th. The irony of the date is not lost on me in that April 7th 2020 is the date of the enquiry! Number seven seems to take prominence in that it is now seven years since this whole nightmare began. If I even thought that It would all be over on April 7th the date might prove momentous, in one…

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A taste of possible things to come for Pockthorpe Lane Thompson?

A taste of possible things to come for Pockthorpe Lane Thompson?

On my return from Church this Sunday lunchtime I am met by two 4×4 off road vehicles about to remove my no entry tape and drive though my garden in order to ‘find’ the ‘soft Road’ that Norfolk County Council advertise as ‘maintained’ on their interactive map! The blame for this confrontational meeting is entirely at the door of Norfolk County Council who certainly DO NOT maintain a soft road through my garden and NEVER have done! NCC Interactive map…

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Scotland Sheriff has wise words in 2007. Why do they still not apply in England today?

Scotland Sheriff has wise words in 2007. Why do they still not apply in England today?

Mrs Gloag, fought the Ramblers’ Association and Perth and Kinross Council to exclude part of her estate from right-to-roam legislation and WON! In a written judgment, Sheriff Fletcher said that landowners are entitled to sufficient land to be excluded from access rights to ensure enjoyment of their homes is not unreasonably disturbed. To ignore occupants’ enjoyment of their houses would be a breach of their human rights, he added. Now the Ramblers’ Association is facing a legal argument over who…

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