Do you use paths in Cardiff for walking, by wheelchair, cycling, horse riding – or just getting outdoors? If so Cardiff Council’s Public Rights of Way team would like your ideas and views about the current and future ROWIP plans.
We aim to improve rights of way by:
- Looking back on the aims and tasks of the first 10-year Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) (7.6mb PDF)Link opens in a new window , published in 2008
- Checking the standards of its current network of paths
- Planning a new 10-year ROWIP, with aims and tasks checked annually.
We’ll be working with other Council departments to make sure we link into other initiatives – for instance, Active Travel and be asking for feedback at events, group meetings, through social media and via the Council’s website in order to fulfil the statutory requirements of section 61 of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000External link opens in a new window
You can also write to:
Tricia Cottnam, ROWIP Officer,
Public Rights of Way Team (room 301)