Rights of Way consultation

Surrey County Council is responsible for around 2164 miles (3482 km) of public rights of way. These paths are both in the countryside and urban areas. They are important for enjoying and exploring, for travelling to work or school and for health and wellbeing. They are part of what makes Surrey a special place to live, work and enjoy.

Every council that is responsible for public rights of way must have a Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP). This sets out how public rights of way meet the needs of the public, now and in the future. Our current Rights of Way Improvement Plan dates from 2014 and needs to be reviewed.

Your views will help Surrey County Council to make sure that our new Rights of Way Improvement Plan meets the needs of everyone in Surrey. Please complete their survey by the 10th March 2024, at www.surreysays.co.uk/environment-and-infrastructure/rowip-public/

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