[Talk-GB] PRoW changes
davefoxfac63 at btinternet.com
Mon May 29 11:38:57 UTC 2017
Sounds fine in principle.
1. Are these orders placed in a central database? My understanding was
each local authority only passed on the data (to OS) once added to the
definitive map. My LA publishes PPOs & DMMOs on their website. If all
LAs do the same could the information be collated from these?
2. What does OSMUK intended to do with the documents once it's obtained it?
3. If there is one, do all LAs issue under the same license?
On 29/05/2017 12:02, Brian Prangle wrote:
> There's been a suggestion that OSMUK lobbiesfor the statutory right to
> receive copies of the legal orders which change Public Rights of Way
> as it can be slow for any official changes to make their way onto the
> Definitive Map and then be picked up by mappers. There is already
> legislation that allows various organisations the right to receive
> copies of the legal orders that effect changes to Public Rights of
> Way. The list is contained in Schedule 6 of the Wildlife and
> Countryside (Definitive Maps and Statements) Regulations 1993:
> These are:
> Auto-Cycle Union
> British Horse Society
> Byways and Bridleways Trust, Open Spaces Society
> Ramblers Association
> British Driving Society
> Cyclists Touring Club
> Peak and Northern Footpaths Society
> Chiltern Society
> Welsh Trail Riders' Association
> The Board has discussed this and agreed we should do it. I've
> volunteered to lead this activity. We think that we would need to
> convince the relevant Secretary of State that it was a good idea, and
> get them to amend/re-issue the Statutory Instrument linked above that
> includes the list. From the introductory text, it looks like it's
> jointly the Secretaries of State for the Environment and Wales.
> My thinking on how we should approach this is first to contact each of
> the organisations who are already on the list and ask
> 1. Were they added at the time the legislation was passed or
> 2. If subsequently, do they know the procedure?
> 3. How is the data provided to them?
> 4. What licence terms does it have?
> 5. If it's open data would they be willing to share it with us until
> we get on the list?
> If anybody has any knowledge or experience of this legislation or any
> contacts at these organisations or any other ideas on how to approach
> this campaign we'd love to know either here or on the OSMUK Loomio
> <https://www.loomio.org/g/M3fz1PkQ/openstreetmap-uk> discussion site.
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