West sussex footpath maps online

This article is now open for collaborative editing.Please add or update any local authority Ro W mapping sites that you come across.The Interactive Map enables you to view Ordnance Survey and A-Z maps of Surrey and view locational information overlaid on the map.You can find a location by entering a postcode or a road name, then display information about the area, for example the route of a public footpath.To resolve this issue, close the Interactive Map window, then go to Safari Empty Cache and select "Empty". The Interactive map makes extensive use of Java Script and dynamic HTML.

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In addition to the Definitive Map and Statement on paper, many local councils offer an online version of their Rights of Way map.

These online versions aren't definitive in the legal sense but are meant to reflect what is shown on the Definitive Maps.

aren't necessarily exhaustive, and they may not always be accurate as changes to the Right of Way network made between map editions don't make it on the map.

In England and Wales, the local authorities (unitary authorities or counties) are required to maintain a Definitive Map and Statement on paper, which is both definitive and up to date and must be publicly accessible.