East Yorkshire and Derwent Area Ramblers

walking to protect our local countryside

The entire archive for access land development in the EY&D area is held on the York website and can be read by clicking Wolds Access

Frendal Dale courtesy of www.paulmoonphotography.co.ukYorkshire Wolds Access

Background

Following enactment of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act (CRoW), the then Countryside Agency (CA) divided England into 8 Regions and mapped them sequentially. For each Region three maps were published: Draft, Provisional and Conclusive. The RA twice submitted evidence to the CA: at the pre-Draft map stage and again at the Draft map revision stage. Landowners were able to appeal against the inclusion of any of their land shown on the Provisional map and the RA was able to submit counter-evidence to the Planning Inspectorate (PINS) challenging these appeals and was able to argue its cases before the Inspectors at Appeal Hearings held at Malton (North Yorkshire: Region 5) and Beverley (East Riding of Yorkshire: Region 8).

Archive of Documents Submitted During the Various Stages of the Implementation of the CRoW Act

A considerable amount of evidence was gathered in course of the above process, which has been deposited with the County Archivists in Northallerton and Beverley for Regions 5 and 8, respectively. Some of it is made available on this website.

Walking Guides

The booklet "Open Access Walks" describing 10 walks in the southern part of the Yorkshire Wolds was published in June 2008 by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. It was partly funded by a grant from Natural England (Access Management Grant)and local RA volunteers helped in its preparation.

The RA and the North Yorkshire County Council collaborated to produce a similar booklet describing 10 walks in North Yorkshire outside the National Parks. Published in late 2011, the walks were devised and booklet written by local Ramblers volunteers..
Official Documents Relating to Open Access