Hethersett - PROW - Footpath to Parish Pit

HETHERSETT:  Application for a modification order proposing the addition of  of a public right of way

1. Intended effect of the application

To add a public footpath in the Parish of Hethersett

Geographical Location

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

Starts from the U78048 Cedar Road/Grove Road at grid reference TG1480 0561 proceeding in a northerly direction to grid reference TG1492 0592 and then in a north westerly direction to grid reference TG1479 0607 proceeding in a north easterly direction to the area known as the Parish Pit

A map showing the route 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.

Taylor Wimpey, Castle House, Kempson Way, Suffolk Buisness Park, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP32 7AR

Great Melton Farms Ltd, Marlingford Hall, Church Road, Marlingford, NR9 5HP

Mr N E Evans-Lombe c/o Bidwells, 16 Upper King Street, Norwich, NR9 5HP

Mr G Spackman, 95 Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HL

Mr J Learmond, Priors Mews, Aylburton, Gloucestershire, GL15 6DX

South Norfolk District Council, South Norfolk House, Swan Lane, Long Stratton, NR15 2XE

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

Nearest Town/City: Norwich
Principal villages: Cringleford

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

Parish: Hethersett
Electoral Division: Humbleyard ED
District: South Norfolk District Council

Further Information about the application

6. Applicant’s name and address.

Martin T Kibble
70 Great Melton Road

Jeanine Smirl
Cedar Grance
Cedar Road

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

June 2013

8. Norfolk County Council Contact Details:

    (a) Reference


    (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.

Notice of Decision dated 24 May 2017 to make an Order to add the route as a footpath.

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

Objection received in relation to the width of the footpath.  Order to be referred to the Secretary of State. 

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 (www.norfolk.gov.uk ). 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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