We’ve completed our original mission, should we continue?

By completing this survey you are helping Railway Paths plan for the future in a way that considers the needs of the people who use our paths or have an interest in our estate.

The survey can take as little as two minutes if you just answer the six multiple-choice questions, longer if you'd like to write comments.  We don't require any personal data.

Railway Paths is a charity that owns former railway land to provide paths for cycling, walking, horse riding and wheel-chair use.  Working since 1998, £14.7m has been raised and most of our land has been made into over 300 km of paths, such as the Fallowfield Loop in Manchester and the Clydach Gorge in South Wales.

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* 1. About 60% of Railway Paths' assets are in public use, e.g. as walking and cycle paths.  What should happen to them?

Please select your most preferred option.

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* 2. About 40% of Railway Paths' assets are unused.  What should happen to them?

Please select your most preferred option.

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* 3. Railway Paths owns beautiful structures such as viaducts – 25 have been listed.  What should happen to them?

Please select your most preferred option.

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* 4. Who should pay for the maintenance of paths, e.g. walking and cycle paths, that are not on the public highway?

Please select your most preferred option.

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* 5. Do you support Railway Paths' statement:

Railway Paths mission to create new paths is now complete. The remaining non-path estate will be sold to fund maintenance or reduce liabilities.

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* 6. We don't want to know your identity, but the optional boxes below will help us understand the views of our stakeholders.  Please tick all that apply.

Thank you for completing our survey.  For more information please visit railwaypaths.org.uk

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