Notice of making of a Public Path Diversion and Definitive Map and Statement Modification Order, Highways Act 1980 Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, North Yorkshire County CouncilNotice ID: BRA1406631
Notice of making of a Public Path Diversion and Definitive Map and Statement Modification Order, Highways Act 1980 Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, North Yorkshire County Council
Public Footpath 10.164/13 (part) Applegarth Farm, Welbury, Diversion Order 2019 The above Order, made on 07/10/2019 under Section 119 of the Highways Act 1980 and Section 53A(2) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, will divert the public footpath described below and modify The District of Hambleton (Outside the North York Moors National Park) Definitive Map and Statement accordingly. Footpath 10.164/13 (part) from GR NZ 3997 0326 proceeding in an west north west, then north north west, then northerly direction for approximately 363 metres to GR NZ 3984 0356 will be moved onto a new line from GR NZ 3997 0326 proceeding in a northerly direction for approximately 261 metres to GR NZ 4000 0352, then proceeding in a west north westerly direction for approximately 164 metres to GR NZ 3984 0356. A copy of the Order and the order map have been placed and may be seen free of charge during normal office hours at Northallerton Library, 1 Thirsk Rd, Northallerton DL6 1PT until 15/11/2019. Copies of the Order and map may be purchased from Waste & Countryside Services, North Yorkshire County Council, County Hall, Northallerton, DL7 8AD (tel: 01609 532512) at a cost of £2.00, or can be downloaded free from our website
pathnotices. Any representations about or objections to the Order may be sent in writing to Rachel Tyrer, Definitive Map Team, North Yorkshire County Council, County Hall, Northallerton, DL7 8AD not later than 15/11 /2019. Please state the grounds on which they are made. Please note that objections/representations cannot be treated as confidential and may come into the public domain. Copies of any objections or representations received may be disclosed to interested parties, including the Planning Inspectorate where the case is referred to it for determination. If no such representations or objections are duly made, or if any so made are withdrawn, North Yorkshire County Council may confirm the Order as an unopposed Order. If the Order is sent to the Secretary of State for the Environment for confirmation, any representations and objections which have not been withdrawn will be sent with the Order.
Barry Khan, Assistant Chief Executive, Legal and Democratic Services