Public Rights of Way

  • Types of Public Rights of Way, who is responsible for their maintenance and what you are entitled to do on them
  • An interactive map showing the Public Rights of Way across Norfolk and the register of Definitive Map Modification Order Applications
  • Covering diversions and extinguishments, Public Path Orders are a legal process managed by us as Highway Authority 
  • The 12 Norfolk Trails are a series of long-distance paths that span the length and breadth of the county, taking in the North Norfolk Coast, The Broads, the Brecks, Thetford Forest and everything in between
  • Sets out priorities for increasing public use and enjoyment of Norfolk’s public rights of way network

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