Flintshire ROWIP consultation with experienced walkers

Resources for Change (r4c.org.uk) is supporting Flintshire County Council in the development of their next 10 year Rights of Way Improvement PLan (ROWIP)
Rights of Way include
Footpaths - for walking, running, mobility scooters or powered wheelchairs
Bridleways - for walking, horse riding, bicycles, mobility scooters or powered wheelchairs
Restricted byways - for any transport without a motor and mobility scooters or powered wheelchairs
Byways open to all traffic - for any kind of transport, including cars (but they’re mainly used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders)

* 1. How long have you been using Rights of Way in Flintshire?

* 2. How often do you walk, using the Rights of Way network in Flintshire?

* 3. Are you aware of the Flintshire Rights of Way Improvement Plan?

* 4. Have you seen changes to the Rights of Way in Flintshire during the time you have been walking?  Changes might be e.g. stiles replaced with gates, obstructions cleared, improved signage etc

* 5. If yes, what are these changes?

* 6. Have you ever reported a problem with a right of way to Flintshire County Council?

* 7. How did you report the problem?

* 8. How happy were you with the reporting system?

* 9. Please tell us why you gave this answer 

* 10. On a scale of 1=Very badly, 10=Very well How informed did the Council keep you informed about progress with your issue(s)?

* 11. How long did it take to resolve your problem(s) (where you have reported multiple problems, please estimate the average time taken to resolve them.)?

* 12. On a scale of 1=Poor, 10=Good; How happy are you with the way the Council dealt with your problem(s)?

* 13. Do you have any other comment about how the rights of way are managed in Flintshire?

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