Overview – Consultation closes on 15th June 2018
Norfolk County Council has developed a draft Norfolk Access Improvement Plan for Norfolk 2018–2028 which incorporates the Rights of Way Improvement Plan. The draft Plan sets out priorities for improving access to the countryside for residents of Norfolk and visitors to our county over the next ten years.
The document will replace the previous 10 year plan which was reviewed as required under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act (CROW Act, 2000).
We now want to consult with as many user groups as possible to help us draw out priority areas to address future need.
Although our online survey links through to sections of the draft NAIP it might help to read a copy of the draft plan before responding.
You can download a hard copy of the draft plan and feedback form from the links below if your prefer. We will also accept your feedback on the plan via email at firstname.lastname@example.org