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Alburgh PROW

Alburgh:  Application for a modification order proposing the addition of public rights of way

1. Intended effect of the application

To add public rights of way in the parish of Alburgh

Geographical Location

2. Grid references for the start and end of the claimed route.

Starts in the parish of Alburgh at the C204 Low Road at grid reference TM 27193 86590 from which point the route proceeds in a generally east north-easterly direction for approximately 700 metres to meet Denton Bridleway No. 22 at grid reference TM 27807 86908.

Starts in the parish of Alburgh at the C204 Station Road at grid reference TM 27569 86295 from which point the route proceeds in a generally north north-westerly direction for approximately 400 metres to a point where it meets the above mentioned route at grid reference TM 27428 86666.

A map showing the routes is attached to the copy of the Application (please see link at end of document).

3. Address of any property on which the claimed route lies.

Ivy House Farm, Low Road, Alburgh, Norfolk, IP20 0BX

4. Principal cities/towns/villages nearest to the claimed route.

Nearest Town/City: Harleston

Principal villages: Alburgh

5. Parish/Ward/district in which the claimed route lies.

Parish: Alburgh

Electoral Division: Clavering

District: South Norfolk

Further Information about the application

6. Applicant’s name and address.

Ruth Walton, Vice-chairman of Alburgh Parish Council, Tunbeck Cottage, Alburgh, Harleston, Norfolk, IP20 0BS

7. Date application received and accepted by the County Council.

25 July 2016

8. Norfolk County Council Contact Details:


    (a) Reference

51615 HP2/6

    (b) Department

Community and Environmental Services

    (c) Contact details

Legal Orders and Registers Team
Norfolk County Council
County Hall
Martineau Lane
Telephone:  01603 222902

9. Date set for determination of the application.

The Council will determine the application following the completion of consultations and archive research.

10. Date of Council’s decision, outcome and reasons for the decision.

11. Details of any appeal to the Secretary of State against the decision/order.


12. Details of confirmation (with or without modifications) or non confirmation.


Electronic Register: Government legislation requires that these details, together with a copy of any application registered by Norfolk County Council, be made available for viewing by the public on the authority’s website ( ). This Register will be updated as the application progresses. The Register is also available in hard copy format at County Hall. If you have any queries about this register or the details contained in it please contact us as detailed above (box 8).

View a scanned copy of the original application and map (pdf)

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