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Stody PROW

Stody:  Application for a modification order proposing the upgrade of a public right of way

1. Intended effect of the application

To upgrade Stody Footpath No. 1 on the definitive map and statement to a restricted byway

Geographical Location

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

Starts at the C312 Thornage Road at grid reference TG 0612 3626 and runs in a generally south south-westerly direction for approximately 298 metres to grid reference TG 0597 3601 then turns in a generally southerly direction for approximately 810 metres to meet the U14413 Hunworth Road at grid reference TG 0606 3522.                                                               

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.

Beck Farm Cottage, Thornage Road, Hunworth, NR25 7QL

Beck Farmhouse, Hunworth, Holt, NR25 7QL

12 Beck Cottages, Barbers Lane, Stody, NR24 2EF

Stody Eastgate Limited, Stody Estate Office, Melton Constable, NR24 3ER

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

Nearest Town/City: Holt

Principal villages: Stody/Hunworth

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

Parish: Stody

Electoral Division: Wells

District: North Norfolk

Further Information about the application

6. Applicant’s name and address.

Helen Chester
Norfolk County Access and Bridleways Officer
The British Horse Society
Access Department
Abbey Park
Stratton
Kenilworth
CV8 2XZ

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

21 March 2018

8. Norfolk County Council Contact Details:

 

(a) Reference

 57399 HP421/2

(b) Department

Community and Environmental Services

(c) Contact details

Legal Orders and Registers Team
Norfolk County Council
County Hall
Martineau Lane
NORWICH
NR1 2SG
mailto:legalordersandregisters@norfolk.gov.uk
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 ( 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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