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New plans to simplify recording rights of way

New proposals to modernise the process of recording rights of way have been unveiled by Environment Minister Richard Benyon.
Plans are expected to cut the time taken to record a right of way by as  much as several years, so that routes set to be lost in 2026 can be   preserved.
All unrecorded footpaths and bridleways created before 1949 cannot be  recorded after 1 January 2026. This ‘cut off’ date by which to claim these historical rights of way was set in the Countryside and Rights of  Way Act 200

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