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Development and public rights of way

This guide is intended to provide basic information for developers, designers, highway engineers and planners about the importance of public rights of way (PROW) which may be affected by development.

PROW are significant recreational assets and, particularly on the urban fringe, offer a means of access to the local countryside. It is therefore important that the aesthetic value of PROW as well as their utility is preserved and, if possible, enhanced.

Development may affect PROW. It is imperative that designers, developers, planners and rights of way officers
work in partnership to ensure that PROWare satisfactorily incorporated within the development.

This guide summarises the statutory provisions and best practice relating to PROW and offers guidance and advice on how the adverse impacts of development on PROW can be avoided.

The guide is presented as a PDF file.


Contact Planning and Public Protection Service

Sustainable Development Directorate
Isle of Anglesey County Council
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
Main reception: 01248 752428
Building Control: 01248 752222
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