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Draft Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2019-2029


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We want to know your thoughts on the draft Rights of Way Improvement Plan for Conwy. This plan sets out our aims for improving public access for outdoor recreation over the next 10 years.
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It is ten years since the Rights of Way Improvement Plan was introduced. In that time we have had many changes, in particular in the way people look at exercise and outdoor leisure as key elements to improving the health of the nation.  Travel within the county and access to the outdoors has been supported by a number of changes in legislation. The recently introduced active travel routes are adding greater opportunities to the existing cycle paths and coastal walking routes. The increased availability of rights of way and their access for all can only be seen as a benefit to health and leisure in our community.

Having established the basic groundwork in 2008 this new plan makes positive steps forward into the next ten years.

Draft Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2019 - 2029

Please let us know your thoughts about this new draft plan before 17 June 2019.

Tell us what you think: Contact Environment, Roads and Facilities

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