Kirklees Council are asking what people think of the Public Rights of Way network in our area.

Public rights of way are footpaths, bridleways and byways. There are over 700 miles of public rights of way in Kirklees. We would like to know:

  • If you use public rights of way
  • If there are public rights of way on or near your property
  • Why you use them
  • How you use them
  • How often you use them
  • If they meet your needs
  • How they could be improved

We are reviewing our Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) to help us improve our network. Read the current Rights of way improvement plan (ROWIP) and find more information about Public rights of way.

Complete the survey

Please complete our survey to tell us what you think about public rights of way. You don't need to tell us any personal details, but to find out more about how we use personal information read the Greenspaces Privacy Notice.

Have your say

Complete our simple online form:

Clock Completing this form takes around 5 minutes

Take the survey

The survey will end on 21 August 2022.

If you have already been asked to complete a ROWIP survey as a member of a user group, you don't need to complete the online survey.

Other ways to take part

If you would like a paper version of this survey please contact us.

  • Public rights of way
  • Address Room EG11, Public Rights of Way, Kirklees Council, Flint Street Depot, Flint Street, Huddersfield, HD1 6LG
  • Email

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