The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 requires the County Council to keep the Definitive Map of public rights of way under continuous review and to make modifications where it appears that routes should be added, regraded, amended or deleted. A review of the Definitive Map was started in Luppitt parish with a public meeting in 2006. A consultation map including part of Luppitt parish was published in July 2014 for the review of Combe Raleigh parish.
A further consultation map shows proposals for modifying the Definitive Map in the rest of Luppitt parish from applications made in 2008 for the claimed addition of eighteen footpaths, also affecting part of the adjoining parish of Upottery.
For more informaltion please see the attached maps and schedule.
Maps showing existing recorded public rights of way and details of the proposal are also available for inspection with the Clerk of the Parish Council, by arrangement and also at County Hall at the address below during office hours (Mon–Fri, 9.00 a.m.–4.30 p.m.)
If anyone has further evidence for or against the proposals in connection with the routes concerned, or any additional suggestions for other alterations or additions to the Definitive Map for Luppitt parish, please contact us.