Public footpath obstructed by barbed wire fence
Reported in the Footpaths/ Rights of way (usually not tarmac) category by Robert Whittaker at 22:15, Wed 20 January 2016
Sent to Norfolk County Council 4 minutes later
Bressingham FP 7 runs north through gird reference TM 09050 82039. There's a new house and garden being built at the moment, and it's not entirely clear which side of the western boundary fence and ditch the footpath should run.
I assume the path should to the east (i.e. in the new garden), in which case the route is obstructed at the northern end (TM 09050 82039) by a fence with barbed wire which was not possible to climb. See photos online.
Alternatively, if the path is supposed to run to the west of the fence and ditch (outside the new garden), then there seems to be no way to access the field from the path leading in from the south at TM 09046 81991.
The new development is at 105 Common Road, Bressingham. I think the relevant planning documents are those at https://info.south-norfolk.gov.uk/ online-applications/ applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=N2XYV1OQ2O000
It seems the NCC PRoW Officer only commented about Bressingham FP 9, which runs just to the north of the plot.
Posted by Robert Whittaker at 18:02, Tue 9 February 2016
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