Introduction

Did you know that Portsmouth's Rights of Way network of walking and cycling routes covers 103 public footpaths and over 8km for leisure and commuting across the city?

Our draft plan aims to allow people of all ages and abilities to access these areas for recreation, history and culture and shopping areas.

We want to create attractive options for walking and cycling, enabling people to choose to walk and cycle rather than take the car for short journeys. This will help to deliver cleaner air for everyone who lives, works and visits our city and improve health and wellbeing.

By taking part in our 10 year Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) consultation you can help us develop a plan which supports our vision for a high quality, well maintained public rights of way network which meets the needs and aspirations of residents and visitors.

All data collected will be made anonymous and not shared with anyone outside Portsmouth City Council. We will store your data in line with the council's Data Protection privacy notice.

The survey will be open for 12 weeks until 23:59 on Friday 25 February 2022.

You can find the ROWIP document here: ROWIP 2020-2030 (this will open a new tab in your browser).

The survey should take approximately ten minutes to complete. 

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