Posts in Category: Rights of Way

Flintshire Rights of Way Network Digitisation

Client: Flintshire County Council

Flintshire County Council recruited exeGesIS to update their digital definitive map. The scenario was that the digital Definitive map hadn’t been updated for several years, while in that time a number of Legal Orders had come into force that changed the network, meaning their digital definitive map was out of date and inaccurate.

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Heads of the Valleys Greenspace Provision Analysis

Client: A consortium of Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Torfaen, Merthyr and Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Councils

Heads of the Valleys Greenspace provisionOver several years exeGesIS undertook a number of analyses of Greenspace provision, comparing the results against the standards in the CCW Greenspace Toolkit. Analysis was undertaken to determine the distance between each postcode and the nearest access point on the nearest Greenspace.

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RCT Rights of Way Definitive Map Update

Client: Rhondda Cynnon Taf County Borough Council

Various datasets relating to the rights of way management in Rhondda Cynnon Taf had fallen out of date, and exeGesIS was asked to assist Rhondda Cynnon Taf County Borough Council with the task of updating and correcting this information, using data from multiple sources to do so.

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CROW Act - Lost Ways

Client: The Countryside Agency
Working with the Countryside and Community Research Unit of Gloucester University and other specialist consultants exeGesIS contributed to a major contract on 'Lost Ways' research. 'Lost Ways' is... read more
 

Cornwall Rights of Way Survey

Client: Cornwall County Council

exeGesIS has undertaken 25,000 km of PROW survey and have a network of trained and experienced path surveyors. One of our largest contracts was a 100% survey of the 4,500km network of paths in Cornwall.
 

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