About public rights of way
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Only use your local public rights of way network for lawful access. This is to exercise once a day and for routes to food shops or when essential for work.
A green lane
This is an unsurfaced track usually bounded by hedges and often established a long time ago. The term has no legal meaning. If there is a public right of way along such a track, it will be classified under one of the above headings
These are not highways; they are routes that landowners allow the public to use, sometimes for a set period of time. They can be closed at any time but often form valuable links in the path network. The council encourages these (although not as alternatives to recorded public rights of way) and can provide advice and signs to those wishing to establish such paths.
For further information about types of rights of way please refer to GOV.UK - rights of way and accessing land.
How can I report a problem?
If you have encountered a problem while using a public right of way in Bracknell Forest, let us know through our enquiry form and our team will investigate the issue.