Contacting Public Rights of Way
Legal orders team
Three Definitive Map Officers and three Public Path Orders Officers deal with Definitive Map enquiries, Definitive Map Modification Orders, Public Path Orders and temporary closures.
Definitive Maps and Statements of Cheshire East's Public Rights of Way are available for public inspection at the team's office during normal office hours. If you wish to see the Map, please contact the team beforehand. Copies of Public Path Orders and Definitive Map Modification Orders - both current and past - can also be made available.
Network management and enforcement team
This team deals with the day to day management of the Public Rights of Way network. There is a team of three Network Management and Enforcement Officers for the borough, each covering an area of the 1946km network.
The Countryside Access Development Officer is responsible for the Rights of Way Improvement Plan and works on projects to promote and improve access to the countryside.
Before contacting us about a specific Public Right of Way, it would help us to provide a quicker response if you provide a path reference parish and number and an 8 or 12 figure grid reference, which you can obtain via the Interactive map - right click (or press and hold on a touch screen device) to obtain grid reference and copy the ‘Easting’ and ‘Northing’ figures.
Under the current Covid-19 situation, please note Officers are working remotely away from the office. Here’s how you can contact the team:
- Online problem report form
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Post: there will be a delay before any post delivered to our office can be opened and dealt with under the current situation so we would advise you to send any correspondence to the email address above
- Phone: our office is not staffed and telephone enquiries may not be received. We would advise you to send an email to the address above
- In person: our office is currently closed to visitors