I’ve encountered a sign on a path in England that I don’ think I’ve encountered before and I’m not sure of the access implications for the way.
Section 31 (3) Highways Act 1980
I hereby give notice that this way has not been dedicated as a footpath or other highway nor is there any intention to dedicate it.
An online search suggests that the relevant legislation is on legislation.gov.uk here.
The way is currently tagged as
Should the general access and foot tag be re-tagged as permissive rather than
If so would this apply to just this connection into the Honeybourne Line or the whole run? I don’t remember seeing these at other entrances.
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