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The Rights of Way network is not fixed in stone, and over time there have been a large number of changes to the network. The map below shows the current network, and indicates where consultations are live for potential changes, along with current orders open for objections and representations, along with orders confirmed since 1 April 2016. These are listed in the tables below the map, with links to the relevant documents.
These are changes that move, close or create paths to benefit the public or the landowner/occupier.
Most landowners will soon have a right to apply for orders on their land. We are obliged to keep a register of all current applications. This will be added to our webpages when the right comes into effect.
The cost of changes are generally met by the beneficiary or applicant.
This is detailed in our current guidance, costs, and application form.
Decisions with regard to most public path orders are taken under delegated powers. Under the Openness of Government Regulations 2014 we publish all these decisions which can be seen here (Link to page is on the left).
Decisions taken through our Rights of Way Committee procedures are on our committees page of this website.
These are changes made based on historical evidence. If any member of the public believes that the definitive map (the legal record of rights of way) is incorrect, then they can make an application to us to modify the map. Changes can be to delete a path incorrectly shown, alter incorrect alignments, change the status (from footpath to bridleway for instance) or add routes not shown in the current map.
We are obliged to keep a register of all current modification order applications. This is on our statutory register page. https://www.cumbria.gov.uk/roads-transport/public-transport-road-safety/countryside-access/Definitive_Map/DMMO_Register.asp
All Modification Order decisions are taken through our Rights of Way Committee procedures and are on our committee page - with links to this also on here.
Parish: Mungrisdale Parish
Location: Redmire and Eycott Hill, Mungrisdale
Path: 348009, 348044, 348045
We have confirmed a number of diversion, extinguishment and creation orders in the Eycott Hill and Redmire area. The result has been to create a new path from the car park on the Berrier Road (NY 393 300) to the open access land, to create a new public footpath along the track to Redmire (NY 373 298) from the Mungrisdale road, to divert the footpath out of Redmire’s curtilage and garden, to divert the footpath south of Redmire onto the track, and to replace the redundant section of footpath east of Barrow Beck, with a new public footpath to the open access land on the western flanks of Eycott Hill (two new bridges have been built to facilitate this access). See Maps and orders for details. We would like to thank the landowners, and Cumbria Wildlife Trust in particular, for their assistance in bringing about these improvements.
Notices and Orders (33MB)
Expiry date - 1 April 2021