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Ribble Valley Borough Council

Rights of way

Public rights of way

There are over 3,500 miles of Public Rights of Way in the county of Lancashire including 240 miles of bridleways.

Lancashire County Council as the Highway Authority has a statutory responsibility for these routes.

Maps of the Public Rights of Way network in Lancashire can be viewed online on the Lancashire County Council interative map (MARIO).

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Public Rights of Way

Public Rights of Way

Lancashire County Council are the main authority for Public Rights of Way in the Ribble Valley.

Public Footpath Diversions

Public Footpath Diversions

Diversions and changes to public footpaths in the Ribble Valley.

Rights of way affected by a planning application

Rights of way affected by a planning application

How to submit a planning application where a Right of Way is involved.


Definitive Maps

Definitive Maps

How to view definitive maps showing Rights of Way in Lancashire.

Rights of Way Law

Rights of Way Law

The law for Rights of Way for land owners.