Suffolk County Council has begun a consultation on its Green Access Strategy - Rights of Way Improvement Plan.

The county council, under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act (2000), is required to put together this plan which identifies changes to rights of way provision for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and those with mobility problems.

The plan, which looks at rights of way access up until 2026, details why green access is so relevant to Suffolk’s population and its visitors, and it focuses on how green access can benefit quality of life.

To view more details on this consultation click here.