- August 31, 2018
- Posted by: Cardiff Labour Group
- Category: Latest News
Cardiff Council are conducting a survey to find out what people think about the Rights of Way network in Cardiff and to compile a new Rights Of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) to make it easier for walkers, cyclists and equestrians to enjoy the countryside.
Public Rights of Way (PRoW) include Footpaths, Bridleways and Restricted Byways, but not roadside pavements. The goal and vision for Cardiff Council is to manage, maintain, improve and develop the Rights of Way network and countryside access, so that the city can provide better opportunities for more people to enjoy going outdoors, help support their way of life and contribute to their well-being.
For more information and to complete the survey online, please visit: https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=152292770165
Cardiff Council are also notifying residents through different online platforms, including social media. Paper copies of the survey are available at Hubs across Cardiff, Libraries and Leisure Centres. The Hubs have ballot boxes for the completed surveys.