Category:Permissive footpaths in the United Kingdom

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English: Permissive footpaths in the United Kingdom.
  • Permissive footpaths differ from public footpaths in that there is no statutory right of way. Rather the route across the land is opened to the public purely at the landowner's discretion and permission is in theory subject to revocation.
  • Signage on such footpaths typically indicate permissive status.
  • Permissive footpaths are usually indicated on Ordnance Survey maps as an orange or brown-dotted line, rather than the green of public footpaths.


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