MEMBERS of the public can now easily view the public rights of way they have access to within their locality and further afield in Pembrokeshire, thanks to a new interactive map.
The map allows users to view footpaths and bridleways throughout the county, as well as restricted byways, and byways open to all traffic.
It is known as the working copy of the Definitive Public Rights of Way map.
It can be viewed on Pembrokeshire County Council’s website at:
A useful feature is that if users click on a path, it will show its ID number and so if they have any concerns or want to discuss a path they will have the ID number to hand.
It will also show them if there has been any modification of the path since the consolidated definitive map was produced in 2012.
The new map was produced by the IT and GIS teams within Pembrokeshire County Council.
If you have queries, please contact the Definitive Map Officer and Conservation Assistant on [email protected]