Rights of Way Improvement Plan Review
Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2007 to 2017
The Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2007 to 2017 sets out the County Council’s plans to improve our public rights of way network and access to the countryside. It includes measures to ensure safe and easy access for all and to encourage everyone to enjoy the beautiful countryside of East Sussex.
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- Telephone: 0345 6080 193
- Email: Rights of Way
Improvement Plan Review
We are currently carrying out a review of our Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP). We carried out an initial consultation with key user groups and interested parties in 2019. This was to inform our draft ROWIP. We are aiming to publish the draft ROWIP for formal consultation in early summer 2022. The final plan is expected to then be published late 2022.
The ROWIP sets out the County Council’s plans to improve our public rights of way network and access to the countryside. We have a duty to review the plan every ten years.
If you wish to find out more or be involved in the initial consultation process, please contact,
- Email: Rights Of Way
Further details will be published on this page as the review progresses.