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Rights of Way in Denver Parish (King's Lynn & West Norfolk, Norfolk)

This page shows a map and table of the Public Rights of Way (Public Footpaths, Bridleways, Restricted Byways, and Byways Open to All Traffic) in the parish/area of Denver, in the district of King's Lynn & West Norfolk, in the county of Norfolk. Data from the Surveying Authority (Norfolk County Council) is compared with the data in OpenStreetMap. (more information)

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Rights of Way

Public Footpath
Public Bridleway
Restricted Byway
Byway Open to All Traffic

Other Highways

Adopted Footway
Public Cycleway
Unclassified Highway


Parish Boundary

OSM Map | Definitive Statement | PRoW GIS Data (GeoJSON) | OSM Highways (GeoJSON)

1 FP 628 653 +4.0% 4 5y   MZ OT TF60SW
2 FP 128 112 −12.5% 2 6m   MZ OT TF60SW
3 RB 93 0 0     MZ OT TF60SW
4 RB 389 607 +56.0% 4 6m   MZ OT TF60SW D The Definitive Statement (dated 2002) is clear that S end is at Sluice Road beyond junction with FP 6. Route in GIS data and on Definitive Map stops at FP 6. Missing section is also the U21364.
5 FP 254 70 −72.4% 2 6m   MZ OT TF60SW
6 FP 547 389 −28.9% 2 7y   MZ OT TF60SW
7 FP 482 176 −63.5% 2 7y   MZ OT TF60SW
8 FP 1625 0 1 7y   MZ OT TF50SE
9 FP 1555 0 0     MZ OT TF50SE
10 BR 1723 1727 +0.2% 4 7y   MZ OT TF50SE
11 BR 4632 4625 −0.2% 4 6y   MZ OT TL59NE
12 BR 4149 131 −96.8% 2 6y   MZ OT TF50SE D Route in GIS data erroneously includes Downham West BR 12 as well.
13 BR 3997 3944 −1.3% 4 3y   MZ OT TL59NE
14 BR 1687 1615 −4.3% 4 8m   MZ OT TF50SE O Definitive line continues straight across the relief chanel lock bay, but there is no bridge. Unclear if there is access to deviate and cross at the lock.
15 FP 318 0 0     MZ OT TF60SW
16 FP 1125 601 −46.6% 2 7y   MZ OT TF60SW
17 FP 1003 588 −41.4% 2 6y   MZ OT TF60SW
18 FP 642 174 −72.9% 2 7y   MZ OT TF60SW
19 FP 52 56 +7.7% 4 7y   MZ OT TF60SW
20 FP 0       OT D Recorded as FP in Statement, but RB in GIS data. Shown as CRF (hence RB) on Definitive Map.
20 RB 153 174 +13.7% 4 11m   MZ OT TF60SW D N O Northern section impassible, but replaced by new route and bridge Recorded as FP in Statement, but RB in GIS data. Shown as CRF (hence RB) on Definitive Map. Continuation across bridge over A1122 bypass is only an adopted footway, making the route a dead-end for non-pedestrian users.
21 FP 416 0 0     MZ OT TF60SW
23 RB 388 407 +4.9% 4 11m   MZ OT TF60SW N Continuation across bridge over A1122 bypass is only an adopted footway, making the route a dead-end for non-pedestrian users.
24 BR 43 43 +0.0% 4 7y   MZ OT TF60SW N Bridleway doesn't meet the A10, so what is the status of the missing link? NCC List of streets suggests is could still be the C32 all the way, but has this been stopped up somewhere?
Totals   26029 16092 61.8%              

Table Details: To be counted in the table above, OSM ways need to be tagged with an appropriate designation=* tag (one of public_footpath, public_bridleway, restricted_byway, byway_open_to_all_traffic) and the relevant prow_ref=* tag (in the form 'Denver XX 12a', where XX is one of FP, BR, RB, BY; and 12 is the route number, and a is an optional suffix letter). The Mapping Status values in the table are: −1 Route should not exist; 0 Unverified; 1 Un-mapped; 2 Partially mapped; 3 Complete, but with significant deviation from definitive line; 4 Complete; 5 Complete, with adjacent field boundaries and stiles, gates etc. These values are manually maintained, so my not be up to date.

Map Details: On the map, the Yellow (FP), Blue (BR), Magenta (RB) and Red (BY) lines are Rights of Way from official Council data from 2022‑12‑13, licensed under the Open Government Licence (v3) (full copyright details). Rights of Way with mapping status 4 and 5 are shown with thin lines, others are show with thick lines. The Green lines are different Highways from OSM: Dark Green for unclassified Highways, Blue-Green for Public Cycleways, and Yellow-Green for Adopted Footways. Click on any of these lines for more information. The black lines are approximate modern parish boundaries, constructed by simplifying the polygons in OS Boundary Line. The underlying mapping is OSM Carto (key). Click inside another parish for a link to switch to that parish.

Use of data in OSM: The Rights of Way GIS data shown on the map above is suitably licenced to be used in OpenStreetMap. If doing so, please use the source tag norfolk_county_council_prow_gis_data. But please do not map Rights of Way just from this data; it is important that OSM reflects what is on the ground as well. Official Rights of Way are not always usable on the ground, and the paths on the ground do not always follow the Definitive Line. The PRoW GIS data (and Definitive Statements, where available and suitably licenced) should be used primarily to add appropriate PRoW tags to ways that have already been mapped from other sources such as aerial imagery (where paths and tracks can clearly been seen) or ground surveys.

Errors and omissions in PRoW tags

OSM ways found in or near the parish with incomplete or contradictory designation=* or prow_ref=* tags. Further details.

No issues found in this parish.

Errors and omissions in access tags

OSM ways with missing or inconsistent modal access tags are listed below. The classes of Public Rights of Way and Highways included on the map are checked, but Rights of Way with other tagging issues already listed above are excluded. Further details.

No issues found in this parish.

Parish ID: 212. OSM data last refreshed: 2023-03-12 09:41:07 Z.