In the Doncaster Borough there are over 500 kilometres (300 miles) of public footpaths, bridleways and byways on 592 separate routes, ranging in length from a few metres to over three kilometres (2 miles) and in character from completely urban to entirely rural.
Where can I go?
The Definitive Map is the legal record of public rights of way but is not intended for recreational use. If you wish to know where rights of way are for recreation, we recommend that you purchase an Ordnance Survey Explorer or Landranger series map. Alternatively, routes and land available for public use in the Doncaster Borough, may be viewed on the Walking Map. Please note that the information displayed on the Walking Map cannot be used for legal purposes
The Public Rights of Way Team can also offer advice and guidance on the use of other routes and areas of land to which the public have access, such as permissive paths or access land (designated land to which the Countryside and Rights of Way Act applies)
Public Rights of Way Registers
Proposed Map Changes
Confirmed Map Changes
Land Owner Declarations
Claims to Recognise Public Rights of Way
Although many enquiries are received about possible changes to the Rights of Way network, a much smaller number are formally registered.
Formal registration means that an application has met the conditions required by Schedule 14 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. If you wish to make such a claim, please contact the Rights of Way section, who will explain what is required and supply the necessary documentation. In the first instance some evidence, such as old maps, photos or statements of use, must be provided by the claimant.
- PROW Formal Schedule14 claims-2
- Download (249KB - DOC)
- Full Claims Log 20 12 23-1
- Download (25KB - XLSX)
- telephone: 01302 736000
- email: email@example.com
- in person or by post: Public Rights of Way Service, Doncaster Council, Civic Office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU