The so-so summer of 2016 is passing into history. Team GB has inspired us all at the Olympics with the Paralympics set to give us even further impetus.
If you have a house or own or manage land which is affected by a footpath, bridleway or restricted byway, and have an alternative route that the path could take to improve your privacy, security or the management of that land, now is a great time to start planning. The new right to apply rules are finally coming into play and will provide a fairer system for diversions to be considered and progressed, and the process should be quicker, too.
A diversion that removes the need for the public to use stiles improves the network and when a stile like this needs to be repaired, reduces the liability of the landowner too!
There are plenty of examples where path diversions succeed without objection, too. They do not always attract objections and even where there may be initial reluctance, it is often possible to find a compromise.
As the new rules start to apply, we will be updating you through our blog – but in the meantime we have many cases sitting ready to go when we can overcome the reluctance of councils to make orders because of the costs they may incur if there are objections.
We are always happy to discuss diversion proposals – please feel free to call our Director Michael Wood on 07796 958572 or email Michael email@example.com or fill in the form and we will contact you.
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