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POLICY REC 12 - PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY AND RECREATIONAL ROUTES

DURING THE PLAN PERIOD, THE COUNCIL WILL MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE THE EXISTING PATTERN OF PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY (INCLUDING BRIDLEWAYS). LAND WILL BE PROTECTED AND PROVISION MADE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE FOLLOWING ROUTES AS A FRAMEWORK FOR A NETWORK OF LINKAGES FOR THE ENJOYMENT OF THE COUNTRYSIDE.

  1. ALONG THE OGNEY BROOK, LLANTWIT MAJOR;
  2. ALONG THE HODDNANT, LLANTWIT MAJOR;
  3. EXTENSION OF THE PENARTH RAILWAY WALK SOUTH WEST TOWARDS SULLY, INCLUDING THE PROVISION OF A CYCLE ROUTE;
  4. COMPLETION OF A TOWN TRAIL IN BARRY;
  5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE DISUSED RAILWAY LINE BETWEEN ABERTHAW / COWBRIDGE / PONTYCLUN INCLUDING THE PROVISION OF A CYCLE ROUTE;
  6. IMPROVEMENT OF ACCESS TO THE COAST AT LAVERNOCK POINT, ST MARY'S WELL BAY, SWANBRIDGE, SULLY, RHOOSE POINT, PLEASANT HARBOUR AND SUMMERHOUSEPOINT;
  7. DEVELOPMENT OF A SEASCAPE TRAIL LINKING EXISTING FOOTPATHS TO PROVIDE AN UNBROKEN RIGHT OF WAY FROM THE OGMORE RIVER TO CARDIFF BAY;
  8. CREATION OF NEW ACCESS OPPORTUNITIES AS PART OF DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS;
  9. DEVELOPMENT OF A FOOTPATH AROUND PENARTH HEAD, INCLUDING THE PROVISION OF A CYCLE PATH; AND
  10. FROM THE CARDIFF BAY BARRAGE THROUGH PENARTH HAVEN AND ADJACENT TO THE RAILWAY LINE, AND ALSO ADJACENT TO THE RIVER ELY.

WHERE APPROPRIATE THE COUNCIL WILL FAVOUR THE INCORPORATION INTO THESE ROUTES OF BRIDLEWAYS, CYCLEWAYS AND FACILITIES FOR USERS.

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