LATEST NEWS 

BRADFIELD NEW ROW Sept 2017 - Between Lee Moor Lane and Brookside Bank Road MAP 

BRADFIELD NOTIFICATION OF 2 NEW RIGHTS TO WAY August 2017.  DMMO No 62 Confirmed and DMMO No 64 Confirmed. Order Decisions for 62 and 64

DINNINGTON AND ANSTON Modification Order May 2017 - Public Footpath No 13 and Public Footpath No 14 in the Parish of Dinnington. Also Public Footpath 43 in the Parish of Anston ORDER PLAN

NOTIFICATION OF CONFIRMED DMMO - FOOTPATH 45 - a new footpath at the OLD MOOR RSPB CENTRE (August 2017)  

BRADFIELD NEW PATH YW Via 221 (July 2017) A new public footpath above Dam Flask linking Trouble Wood Lane and the Yorkshire Water permissive path along the reservoir site (see map link).

"This is the fruit of a policy of SCC consulting Ramblers & PNFS when council owned land comes up for sale or a new tenancy, we are asked to suggest new footpaths. This is one of them."  John Harker

DALTON Rotherham - A New Bridleway PLAN

The above PLAN shows a new public bridleway in Dalton parish in Rotherham. It was created by negotiation with the landowner which happens to be the local Parish Council. Perhaps this could be publicised more widely?

The grid references of the 2 ends of the new route are SK459.942 & SK458.938 on Explorer 278.
The RMBC officer worked with the PC on the project. The plan is an extract from a report given to the Rotherham Local Access Forum. John Harker January 2017

ECKINGTON Foot Path Temporary Closure until February 2017 at Greenside/Troway

https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/applications/rights_of_way/TempClosures/TC2481.pdf

New footpaths added to the Definitive Map for Bradfield Parish  Modification Order

A confirmed DMMO adding a new bridleway & a footpath to the Definitive Map near Darton Barnsley - John Harker Nov 2016 - The Order took effect on 19th October 2016. The path will be added to the definitive map and statement for the Darton area and way marks will be installed in due course.  Confirmation Notice  Confirmed Order  


STOCKSBRIDGE 2 NEW FOOTPATHS 76 &77 (2 sections on Sheffield Barnsley border) claimed by Hunshelf Parish Council MAP  SCHEDULE

Eckington Footpath Restoration

Sheffield Modification Order No 53 2016

Sheffield Modification Orders 2016:    Path Nos 213, 214, 215 (June 2016) Sheffield CC Modification Order No 58  Path Nos 210, 211,212 -  Bradfield (No 50)  Path No 75 -  Bradfield (No 51)

Blacka Moor Proposed Flagging Plan

Permissive paths and areas of open access not always shown on O.S. maps (provided under the Countryside Stewardship, Environmentally Sensitive Areas and Environmental Stewardship Schemes) can be found the following website (which is funded by DEFRA under 10 year schemes financed through taxpayers' money):

http://cwr.naturalengland.org.uk

December 2015

N and S Anston - New footpaths no.45 and no. 46  DETAILS (inc map)

Dinington and Anston - New footpaths no.15 and no. 44: MAP  DETAILS

Bradfield 200 and 201 (footpath 200 terminates at the boundary of open access land, so there is a way through)   MAP

Sept 2015

Blacka Moor 621

Bradfield 194

Bradfield 195

Bradfield 196

Bradfield 197

Ecclesall Woods 593

Ecclesfield 159

Houndkirk Moor Area 1

Houndkirk Moor Area 2

Limb Valley 1

Limb Valley 2

Rivelin Valley 133

Rivelin Valley 442

Rivelin Valley 592

Temporary Closures Great Huckow 7


Reporting Footpath Problems:

Rights of way problems in Derbyshire should be reported to eteprow@derbyshire.gov.uk

Two New Footpaths Just off the Hayfield/Glossop Main Road
The footpaths were permissive until the Peak Park negotiated dedications by the landowner.  They are Footpaths 91 and 94. 
91 runs north-south parallel with the main road and 94 west-east from the main road to the boundary of open country on Burnt Hill on the route up onto Mill Hill and Kinder.
Map

John Harker - 5th November 2014

DONCASTER BOROUGH COUNCIL

Notice of Dedication of a Public Footpath
Public Footpath No 15 Doncaster
I Roger Harvey, Assistant Director Legal and Democratic Services and duly authorised agent of
Doncaster Borough Council, Civic Office, Waterdale, Doncaster DN1 3BU hereby certify that
there shall be dedicated from the date hereof a right of way maintainable at the public expense,
namely a footpath over which the public will have a right of way on foot at Doncaster South
Yorkshire as described in the Schedule below

A copy of the plan showing the route of the right of way has been deposited at the Council
Offices, Civic Office, Waterdale, Doncaster DN1 3BU and may be inspected free of charge
between the hours of 9.30 a.m to 4.00 p.m Monday to Friday. A copy of the plan has also been
deposited at the Central Library, Waterdale, Doncaster where it may be inspected free of charge
during normal library opening hours. The plan will remain on deposit until 30th November 2013.

SCHEDULE

Modification of Definitive Map and Statement
Public Footpath No 15 Doncaster

Public Footpath No. 15 – Doncaster

Public footpath commencing at its junction with Leger Way, at grid reference SE6066 0422
(Point A), proceeding along the allotment access track in an easterly direction for 23 meters to
grid reference SE 6069 0422 (Point B). Then in a northerly direction for 14 metres before turning
east along the perimeter of Heatherwood school field for 39 metres, then south for 96 metre to
grid reference SE6078 0416 on the south side of the footbridge into Sandall Beat Wood, (Point
C). The total length of the path is 172 metres and will have a defined width of 2 metres.

Limitations:

The width of the path is restricted to 0.9 metres at point A, because of a vehicle gate and to 1.5
metres either side of a vehicle bollard at point B.

Furniture:

There is a footbridge at point C.

The path is marked on the accompanying plan as a broken black line between points A and C.

Dated 17th day of October 2013

ROGER HARVEY
Assistant Director Legal and Democratic Services
Doncaster Borough Council
Civic Office
Waterdale
DONCASTER
DN1 3BU


L/CP/KM/46567 

 


Some good news

A brand new public footpath dedicated by Doncaster MBC.
The catalyst was an agreement by the Peak & Northern Footpaths Society to fund a new foot bridge over a dike where walkers were scrambling to access Sandall Beat from Leger Way. We paid about £2,000. In return for paying for the bridge, DMBC who are the landowner, agreed to dedicate the unofficial footpath as Footpath 15.

There are 2 photos, a plan of the area, and above the public dedication notice published by DMBC in a local newspaper.

John Harker
October 2013