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Definitive Statement of Public Rights of Way for Great Barton Parish (West Suffolk, Suffolk)

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No. Type Description
1 BR Vicarage Farm — Pakenham Parish Bdy
Commencing at Vicarage Farm running in a S.E. direction to the Pakenham Parish Bdy. on Gt. Livermere Road, approx. 600 yds. N. of the Bunbury Arms, P.H.
2 BR Bury Road (A143) — Back Road
Approx. 500 yds. W. of the Bunbury Arms P.H. in a S.E. direction, bordering Icehouse Plantation, to Back Road approx. 500 yds. W. of the Back Road Gt. Livermere Road junction.
3 RB Thurston Road — East Barton
Approx. 160 yds. N.W. of Barton Mere Farm in a S.W. direction to East Barton Cottages and joins the road leading from Shineham Bridge to East Barton.
4 RB Bury Road (A143) — Cattishall - Shineham Bridge Road
Opp. Anglenook Cottages, S.E. for about 230 yds. then E. to the junction of the Cattishall - Shineham Bridge Road.
5 BR Barton Road (as improved) — Coltons Ride
From a point on Barton Road as improved about 80 metres north-east of the bridge carrying the Newmarket to Ipswich Railway Line over Barton Road in a north-easterly direction for about 190 metres. Recommences on the northern boundary of Barton Road (as improved), in a W direction to the south-western corner of the garden of Westfield Cottages, then N to Westfield Farm, then N for a further 300 yds turning E to the junction with Coltons Ride (Path No. 6).
6 BR Bury Road (A143) — Barton - Fornham Road
From Anglenook Cottages in a N.W. direction for about 500 yds. then W. to junction with Path No. 5 then in a N. direction to the Fornham Road Known as Coltons Ride.
7 RB Bury Road (A143) — Livermere Road
From Bury Road, due W. of the Vicarage due N. to meet Path No. 9 then in a W. direction through Barton Park to the Livermere Road, at Laundry Cottages.
7X FP Bury Road (A143) — Livermere Road
From Bury Road, due W. of the Vicarage due N. to meet Path No. 9 then in a W. direction through Barton Park to the Livermere Road, at Laundry Cottages.
8 BR Long Road — Vicarage Farm Road
From opp. the school in Long Road, N. to the corner in Vicarage Farm Road approx. 400 yds. E. of Conyers Green.
9 RB Path No. 7 — School Road
From the junction with Path No. 7 in Barton Park, in an E. direction for a length of approx. 170 yds. to School Road, about 50 yds. N. of School Road - Bury Road junction.
10 FP Thurston Road — Thurston Parish Bdy
From a point 130 yds. N. of Barton Mere Farm E. then N. and then N.E. to Thurston Parish Boundary 50 yds. E. of Brick Kiln Cottages.
11 RB Livermere Road — Path No. 7
From immediately N. of Home Farm, in an E. direction for approximately 150 yds. then S. to Path No. 7.
12 BR
15 BR Commencing at the north end of Bridleway No. 8 g/r 89186789 approximately 290 metres north of Mill Road and runs north east on a made up track leading to Vicarage Farm a distance of approximately 600 metres the Bridleway then turns south east for approximately 35 metres to join Bridleway No. 1 g/r 89526837.
16 FP Commencing on the East Barton Road at OS grid reference TL89546683 and proceeding in a generally easterly direction, on the northern edge of a wide field headland for 356 metres passing to the north of a pillbox at OS grid reference TL90136692 and continuing for 120 metres joining Bridleway 2 at OS grid reference TL90256693.
Width: 1.5 metres
17 FP Cattishall No.15 level crossing at grid reference TL8855:6510.
Limitations: Wicket gates maintained by the Board on both sides of the railway at the level crossing .
18 BR Commencing from the U4924 road at OSGR5907126506 on the northern side of a railway line and proceeding in a south easterly direction for 5 metres over a metalled surface to the bottom of a ramp then ascending the ramp in an easterly direction for 11.5 metres (measured at ground level) to two 1.2 metre high fixed bollards spaced at 1524mm centres at OSGR5907226505 then continuing on the ramp for a distance of 51 metres (measured at ground level) to OSGR590775265058 then in a southerly direction for 3.5 metres to OSGR590775265054 then ascending the ramp in a westerly direction for 59 metres (measured at ground level) to OSGR5907126505 then along the deck of the bridge in a southerly direction for 17 metres to OSGR5907126503 then descending the ramp in an easterly direction for a distance of 48 metres (measured at ground level) to OSGR590765265036 then in a southerly direction for 3.5 metres to OSGR590765265033 then descending the ramp in a westerly direction for 54 metres (measured at ground level) to two 1.2 metre high fixed bollards spaced at 1524mm centres at OSGR5907126503 then continuing down the ramp and over a metalled surface for 25 metres (measured at ground level) to join the U4924 road at OSGR5906826503.
Width: 3.5 metres comprising the whole width of the deck and ramps of the bridge and the whole width of the area shown cross-hatched on the plan attached to the agreement made between Suffolk County Council and Network Rail Infrastructure Limited dated 13 January 2016
Limitations: two bollards spaced at 1524mm centres at OSGR5907226505 and two bollards spaced at 1524mm centres at OSGR5907126503
19 FP Commencing from the U4924 road at OSGR5907026505 on a metalled surface at the bottom of the steps of a bridge on the northern side of a railway line and ascending the steps of the bridge for a distance of 12 metres (measured at ground level) to join Great Barton Bridleway No 18 on the deck of the bridge at OSGR5907126505.
Width: 2.3 metres comprising the whole width of the steps of the bridge and 2.3 metres where the footpath is not on the bridge
20 FP Commencing from Great Barton Bridleway No 18 at OSGR5907026503 at the bottom of the steps of a bridge on the southern side of a railway line then ascending the steps of the bridge for a distance of 13 metres (measured at ground level) to join Great Barton Bridleway No 18 on the deck of the bridge at OSGR5907126503.
Width: 2.3 metres comprising the whole width of the steps of the bridge.
21 FP Commencing at a junction with the U6318 at Ordnance Survey Grid Reference (OSGR) 58916,26604 and proceeding in an east south-easterly direction for 422 metres to OSGR 58956,26590; changing to a northerly direction and continuing for 65 metres to OSGR 58956,26597; changing to a south-easterly direction and continuing for 399 metres and terminating at the edge of Barton Shrub at OSGR 58989,26574.
Width: 1.2 Metres (Based on the metric equivalent of 4 feet as set out in the 1805 Inclosure Award)