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Ribble Valley Borough Council

Definitive Maps

What are Definitive Maps?

Definitive Maps are the legal record of Public Rights of Way, the map shows the status and route of the Rights of Way.

The Definitive Statement, which accompanies the Definitive Map, which may include, further details such as further defining the position of a Right of Way, it's width or limitations or conditions on the public's rights.

You can use the Lancashire County Council mapping system MARIO (Maps and Related Information Online) to view rights of way and other map based information for Lancashire.

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