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Rights of way

The Suffolk Public Rights of Way website provides information about the different types of rights of way and what your rights and responsibilities are when using or managing them.

Making changes to footpaths, bridleways and restricted byways

We are responsible for the diversion, extinguishment or creation of public rights of way within our districts so please contact us if your enquiry is regarding:

Guidance on charges for public paths orders and agreements

Please note that due to the limited service provided you may experience a short delay in response.

Public Notices

Suffolk Coastal District Council (Part of Footpath No 36 Cratfield) Public Path Diversion Order 2018 

Confirmed public path order Confirmation notice