You are in: Rob's OSM Stuff » UK PRoW » Progress » Essex » Rochford » Rawreth » Statement

Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Rawreth 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
1 FP From the road north of Beeches leading north-eastwards and eastwards along the riverbank to the parish boundary with Hullbridge where it continues as footpath 9.
2 FP From Highlands Road leading eastwards to the parish boundary with Hullbridge at Malyons, where it continues as footpath 7.
3 FP From Beeches Road leading southwards past Beeches Farm to its junction with footpaths 4 and 53.
4 FP From its junction with footpaths 3 and 53 leading south-westwards and southwards to its junction with footpath 5.
5 FP From its junction with footpath 4 leading southwards to Rawreth Lane, adjoining Nursery Farm.
7 FP From Chelmsford Road south of Rawreth Gardens leading eastwards, southwards and eastwards to its junction with FP4.
8 FP From Chelmsford Road near Telford's Farm leading southwards, south-westwards and southwards to the A130. Then continuing southwards to Church Road adjoining the Rectory
10 FP From Church Road, Rawreth, near St Nicholas Church leading southwards to its junction with footpath 12.
12 FP From the road near footpath 10 leading south-eastwards and north-eastwards to Chelmsford Road at its junction with footpath 13.
13 FP From Chelmsford Road at its junction with footpath 12 leading southwards to its junction with footpaths 14 and 15.
14 FP From Chelmsford Road in a westerly direction to its junction with footpaths 13 and 15.
15 FP From its junction with Footpaths 13 and 14, west, on the northern side of the field boundary for approximately 235 metres. The width of this section of path is to be 1.5 metres. Then crossing a field boundary turning north-west for approximately 80 metres to the south of Chichester Hall then north through Chichester Hall car park turning west to exit onto London Road.
16 FP From Old London Road opposite Chichester Hall leading north-westwards to rejoin Old London Road.
17 BR From the A129 leading southwards, along the access road to Dollymans Farm, to the junction with BR60. Here it crosses fenceline and continues southwards for approximately 66mt, within the field to the west of the access road. Then crossing hedgeline and leading westwards for approximately 9mt and then southwards for approximately 156mt across the field. Then continuing southwards for approximately 161mt along the western side of the copse. Then continuing southwards for approximately 236mt to meet BR55, Doublegate Lane, approximately 14mt west of the junction with the farm access track. The northern section, to the junction with BR60, is of unspecified width. The remainder of the bridleway is 3mt wide._x000D_
18 FP Path Extinguished.
19 FP Path extinguished
20 FP From the south end of Beke Hall Chase leading southwards for a distance of approximately 255 yards to its junction with FP22.
21 FP From London Road east of the Carpenters Arms leading southwards past St Johns Cottage to meet footpath 22.
22 FP From its junction with footpath 20 leading eastwards to a point 32 mt from the NE corner of OS Field No.7924 where it crosses the parish boundary and continues as FP22 in Rayleigh.
23 FP Continuation of FP23, Rayleigh, leading north-westwards from the parish boundary to a point approximately 60 mt from the eastern boundary of Cemetery Field. Then, with a minimum width of 2 mt, south-westwards for approximately 36 mt to the eastern footway of the road leading from Rawreth Lane to Rawreth Industrial Estate.
53 FP From its junction with footpath 3 and 4 leading southwards and then south-eastwards to a point originally intended to be at the southern end of Queensborough Avenue.
54 FP From Watery Lane, south of Boxes, leading southwards to the northern end of Trenders Avenue.
55 BR Doublegate Lane. From BR192 Basildon, at the district boundary, leading eastwards and north-eastwards. Eastern section is now a dead-end, with no access on to A130.
56 BR Part of the Lubards Lodge perimeter track. From Rawreth Lane leading northwards for approximately 600 metres and eastwards for approximately 137 metres to the parish boundary where it continues as BR75 in Rayleigh. Width of the bridleway is 4 metres.
57 FP A short length of path leading south-westwards from Rawreth Lane to meet the road leading to Rawreth Industrial Estate.
58 BR Bridleway link passing through the Arcadia underpass, beneath the A130
59 BR From the A129 at Doublegate Lane bridge leading south-eastwards. Then westwards across Rawreth Barn bridge over A130. Then north-westwards to meet BR55, Doublegate Lane.
60 BR From the A129 leading south-eastwards beside the road. Then southwards to meet BR17.
61 BR From the A129 leading north-eastwards to meet the old London Road, west of the underpass
62 FP From Basildon BR192 leading down the ramp and along the northern side of the railway for approximately 460 metres to the district boundary where it continues as FP267 in Basildon. The path is 2 metres wide.
63 FP Continuation of FP267 in Basildon leading north-eastwards along the eastern boundary of the field adjacent to the new A130 for approximately 440 metres. Width of this section is 2 metres. Then, with a width of 4 metres, westwards for approximately 34 metres along the south side of the ditch to a footbridge and northwards and westwards for approximately 135 metres around the eastern and northern boundary of the field to meet BR59.
64 BR From Rawreth Lane northwards along Trenders Avenue, with a width of 3 metres, to its junction with Vanderbilt Avenue.
65 BR From the junction of Trenders Avenue and Vanderbilt Avenue eastward along Vanderbilt Avenue with a width of 2.5 metres for 152 metres and then continuing with a width of 3 metres to the parish boundary where it continues as Bridleway 82 Rayleigh.
66 BR From the junction of Trenders Avenue and Goldsmith Drive eastward along Goldsmith Drive with a width of 3 metres till it turns north-eastward where it narrows to a width of 2 metres, narrowing to a width of 1.6 metres as it approaches the point where it turns eastward again along Goldsmith Drive, where it continues with a width of 3 metres till it reaches the parish boundary where it continues as Bridleway 83 Rayleigh.
67 BR From the junction of Parkhurst Drive and McCalmont Drive eastward with a width of 3 metres along McCalmont Drive to its juction with Maple Drive and then turning northward along Maple Drive to its junction with Goldsmith Drive.
68 BR From Rawreth Lane northward along Parkhurst Drive with a width of 3 metres till it reaches the junction of Parkhurst Drive and McCalmont Drive when it narrows to 2 metres wide until it splits into 2 paths. Bridleway 68 continues along the eastern path with a width of 1.5 metres till it joins Goldsmith Drive.
69 BR From Rawreth Lane northward and then westward with a width of 3 metres along Hooley Drive to its junction with Parkhurst Drive.
70 BR From the junction of Trenders Avenue and Rutland Drive eastward along Rutland Drive with a width of 3 metres to its junction with Parkhurst Drive.
71 BR From Rawreth Lane northward with a width of 3 metres along Havana Drive and then turning eastward with a width of 3 metres along Verlander Drive to its junction with Trenders Avenue.
72 BR From Old London Road junction west of the property known as Cherlyn Lodge leading southerly and along the A129 London Road on a track that runs behind the noise barrier to connect to Old London Road again.