North East Lincolnshire Council

Public Rights of Way and Public Spaces Protection Orders (Highways)

To view public footpaths and bridleways on a map go to our iShare maps.

To see these you will need to select the public footpaths and public bridleway options under the transport and streets heading. Public footpaths are shown as a purple line and public bridleways can be seen as a green lines. The map scale is set at 1:25000, so if you zoom in too far the lines may disappear.

Report problems with public footpaths (public rights of way) by completing our online form for Public rights of way and bridleways

Details about public rights of way in North East Lincolnshire including our policy and improvement plan

The Definitive Map records the position and status of the Public Rights of Way

Information on the register of application for the definitive map modification orders (DMMO)

Find out about landowner statements and deposits or make an application

The countryside code sets out the expected behaviours when travelling around North East Lincolnshire

View advertisements of public rights of way notices in North East Lincolnshire

More information

Details about the extended right of access to include coastal land

Make the most of North East Lincolnshire’s beautiful network of cycling, walking and riding routes

View the highways Public Spaces Protection Orders for North East Lincolnshire

Details about the Mid Lincolnshire Local Access forum which is a statutory advisory body