Rights of way map
We look after a map - called the definitive map - which is a legal record of the public rights of way in Plymouth. The map is updated every few years but our rights of way are always changing so we also publish changes to the map. So just because a way is not shown on the map it doesn't mean public rights don't exist.
You can download sections of the map below or view it online at the 1st Stop shop using our self-service PCs. If you'd like to talk to someone about the map please make an appointment; email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01752 304233. We can copy sections of it for you but there may be a charge for this.
You can also view the map online at Plymstock, Plympton or the Central Library. Libraries can print off sections of the map however there will be a charge - library charges.
2014 definitive statement [295KB]