Hampshire Countryside Access Plan
Public consultation September to October 2014
The County Council is reviewing and updating its Countryside Access Plan (CAP) for Hampshire.
To help inform the review we are consulting with the public and stakeholders. We are asking what people think about public rights of way and access to the countryside, and how the main issues may have changed since 2008 when the CAP was first published.
Give us your views
Please use our online survey form to give us your views. It should only take you about five minutes. The consultation closes on Sunday 26 October.
The results of the survey and next steps will be published on this page later in 2014.
About the Countryside Access Plan
The Hampshire Countryside Access Plan consists of 7 local area plans and a countywide ‘Overview’ document. Each local plan identifies the main issues in a particular part of Hampshire and suggests what should be done to improve access to the countryside in that area. The County Overview looks at factors that affect the whole of Hampshire and the main priorities for overcoming them.
The Hampshire Countryside Access Plan 2008-13
- County Overview 458kb pdf
- Forest of Bere 2.6mb pdf
- Forest of Eversley 1.4kmb pdf
- Hampshire Downs 2.1kmb pdf
- New Forest 1.6mbb pdf
- Solent 1mb pdf
- South Downs (Hampshire)1.8mbb pdf
- Test and Itchen 1.9mb pdf
- Evaluation of pilot plans in Hampshire 102kb pdf