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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Hockley Parish (Rochford, Essex)

Information provided by Essex County Council, under the Open Government Licence (v3). Current Statement information from 2019‑05‑21. Entries with grey text are old entries, and do not appear in the current Statement. show/hide old entries.

No. Type Description
2 FP Continuation of FP1 Hullbridge in a south-easterly direction from the railway to Fountains Lane
3 FP From High Road in a southerly direction past Whitbreads to the parish boundary with Rayleigh where it continues as footpath 49
4 FP From the estate path north of Hawthorne Gardens in a northerly direction to Folly Lane.
5 FP From Byway 39 at the junction with Murrels Lane, in a southerly then south-easterly direction crossing the railway to Church Lane.
7 FP From Church Road east of Wadham Park in a north-westerly direction to footpath 4 in Blountswood Road.
10 FP From Church Road opposite St Peter's Church past footpaths 31, 33 and 22 in a south-easterly direction to the railway, then in a southerly direction to Folly Lane. That length of path commencing about 100 yards to the north-west of the southern end of Grangefield Nursery in a north-westerly direction for approximately 130 yards to the north-west corner of Grangefield Nursery has a minimum width of 6 feet.
11 FP From FP10 by the railway leading generally eastwards for approximately 130 metres. Then north-eastwards for approximately 27 metres to the edge of the woods. Then eastwards for approximately 170 metres along the north side of the field, the edge of the path approximately 1 metre from the railway boundary fence, except where there is a slight deviation around an open drain where the path should be no closer than 0.5 metres from the drain. Then south-eastwards for approximately 170 metres along the east side of the field, the edge of the path approximately 3 metres from the brow of the ditch which runs in the bushes at the edge of the woods. Then continuing eastwards and south-eastwards for approximately 70 metres along the east side of the field, the edge of the path approximately 4 metres from the brow of the ditch. Then continuing south-westwards and south-eastwards for approximately 120 metres around the east side of the field, the edge of the path approximately 1 metre from the school fence. Then south-eastwards for approximately 140 metres to Manor Road. This section has a width of not less than 2 metres, except for the 130 metre section east of FP10 and the 140 metre section north of Manor Road which are unspecified._x000D_
Then continuing south-eastwards along Bull Lane, a private road, to Main Road. The footpath extends over the whole width of northern length of Bull Lane, this length running from Manor Road to a line across Bull Lane drawn between the south-western corner of the curtilage of No.4 St James Walk and a point 10 metres east of the eastern curtilage of 22 Manor Road. The remaining width of Bull Lane is unspecified_x000D_
12 FP From FP22 leading generally eastwards through Hockleyhall Wood and past Crabtree Wood to meet FP13. A section east of Crabtree Wood, leading north-eastwards for approximately 94 metres and south-eastwards for approximately 104 metres along the northern and eastern boundaries of the field, has a width of not less than 2 metres. The remainder is of unspecified width.
13 FP From Lower Road west of Hockley Hall leading south-eastwards with a width of 4 feet 6 inches. Then, with a width of not less than 2 metres, north-eastwards for approximately 104 metres, south-eastwards for approximately 374 metres and south-westwards for approximately 120 metres, all along the eastern boundaries of the field adjacent to Plumberow Wood, to meet FP12. Then with unspecified width south-eastwards through Marylands Wood and across the railway to Spa Road.
14 FP From the Bull Inn, Main Road in a south-easterly direction through Great Bull Wood to its junction with Woodlands Road.
15 FP From opposite Spa Hotel, Main Road in a southerly direction to join Kilnwood Avenue
16 FP Continuation of footpath 1 in Ashingdon in a south-westerly direction to Greensward Lane.
22 FP From its junction with footpath 10 in a northerly and north-westerly direction past footpaths 12 and 23 to Church Road
23 FP From footpath 10 at Church Road in a north-easterly direction to footpath 22.
26 FP From footpath 5 in an easterly direction to footpath 7.
31 FP From footpath 23 south-east to footpath 10.
33 FP From its junction with footpath 10 in an easterly direction to footpath 22.
34 FP A short link from High Road, Hockley southwards to Woodside Close.
35 FP A short link from eastern end of Broad Walk to the railway bridge and White Hart (FP7)
37 FP A short length of path from the estate path south of Hawthorne Gardens in a southerly direction to High Road (B1013).
38 FP From Spa Road in a south-easterly direction to Great Eastern Road.
39 BWY From Lower Road in a southerly direction for a distance of approximately 1020 metres to the junction of Murrels Lane
40 BR (Beckney Avenue) From Plumbrow Avenue in an easterly direction for a distance of approximately 350 metres to the parish boundary with Ashingdon where it continues as BR27. The width of the way varies between 12 metres between the residential properties and varying between 1 metre and 2 metres through the undeveloped wooded section.
41 BR This path is in 2 sections. From Plumberow Avenue leading easterly along Wood Avenue on the unadopted track to the adopted surfaced section. Then from the end of the adopted section of Wood Avenue through a wooded section to the parish boundary with Ashingdon where it continues as BR28. The width varies between approximately 12 metres between the residential properties and varying between one and two metres through the wooded section.
42 BR From the end of Etheldore easterly through a wooded section to the parish boundary with Ashingdon where it continues as BR30. The width of the path varies between one and two metres.
43 BR From BR30 Ashingdon at the parish boundary, in a generally southerly direction for a distance of approximately 120 metres to Branksome Avenue. For the southernmost 80 metres this is a moiety path recorded also as BR26 Ashingdon. The width of the way varies between 1 metre and 2 metres throughout but narrows to a width of 0.5 metres at the junction of paths numbered 26 and 30.