Notices of changes to definitive maps, definitive map modifications, landowner deposits and orders with the secretary of state.
Public rights of way – current public notices
- Public rights of way are recorded in the Definitive Map and Statement.
- We must keep this up to date by means of legal orders known as Definitive Map Modifications.
- A public notice must be advertised when certain orders to modify the Definitive Map are made.
- You are able to make an objection if you do not agree with the order. Details of how to do this are contained within the notice.
- If objections are received and not withdrawn, they will be sent to the Secretary of State to be dealt with by written representations, public hearing, or public inquiry.
Please contact us for more information.
Notice of change – Definitive Map Modification
Notification of confirmation of a legal order modifying the statutory record of public rights of way, known as the definitive map, so as to alter what is currently shown as a footpath to a bridleway instead.
- Definitive map order – North Killingholme [PDF, 90Kb]
Notice of Landowner deposits
- An application to deposit a map and statement under section 31(6) of the Highways Act 1980 has been made in relation to land at Holme Hall. Details are included in Form CA17 relating to land at Holme Hall [PDF, 1.09Mb]
- An application to deposit a map and statement under section 31(6) of the Highways Act 1980 has been made in relation to multiple tracts of land within the parishes of Kirton-in-Lindsey and Manton. Details are included in the Form CA17 Statutory Declaration, Land at Kirton in Lindsey and Manton[PDF, 360Kb]
Maps relating to the land in question:
Currently Advertised Public Notices
- Worlaby legal order definitive map modification [PDF, 492Kb]
- Worlaby Public Notice [PDF,11Kb]
- Public path creation (Public Bridleway 119, Epworth and Haxey) Order 2021 (1) [PDF, 763Kb]
Orders currently with the Secretary of State: