Action plan

To be entered in use identified good practices and helpful tips for using it not only defines the main activities and sets deadlines for their execution, but mostly gives a clear picture of the objectives and expected results it is necessary to draw up and implement a special action plan. This Action plan not only defines the main activities and sets deadlines for their execution, but mostly gives a clear picture of the objectives and expected results

There are 5 main aims:

  • the network of paths have to be accessible and suitable for all users, to be more connected and safe, to be regularly cleaned
  • public rights of way network to be open and available for use
  • to provide comfort and secure journey , the Public Rights of Way’s map has to be an up-to-date and widely available to ensure safe and smooth trip
  • managing rights of way has to be done by involving the community and encourage the local people to take part at some planned actions.
  • improve the use, understanding and promotion of the network

There are Some of the specific actions that will be carried out:

  • roadside signposts and waymarks along routes has to be providing where they are needed.
  • Clarifying the legal status of routes and keeping an up-to-date digital map of public rights of way which can be viewed online.
  • annual Surveying a five per cent sample of paths to make sure that at least 72.5 per cent are easy to use.
  • Improving provision for easy access, horse riding and cycling.
  • key rights of way and trails will be Carrying out an annual programme of surface improvements
  • Developing safer routes to schools and local services to encourage more walking and cycling.
  • Promoting the wider benefits of the access network for health and wellbeing, tourism and the local economy.
  • Giving greater emphasis to work with local groups and volunteers.