§ 94 and 95. Mr. Peter M. Jackson
asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government (1) on what date the provisional map of public rights-of-way in the East Riding of Yorkshire was published in accordance with his direction under section 37 of the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949;
(2) on what date and in what newspapers the East Riding County Council gave notice of the publication of the provisional map of public rights-of-way in the East Riding.
§ Mr. MacColl
The provisional map of rights of way is not published but is deposited for public inspection. What is published is notice of the preparation of the map. The preparation of the provisional map for the East Riding of Yorkshire was completed by 27th September. The East Riding County Council are asking parishes about suitable places for the deposit of the maps. As soon as this information has been received notice of the preparation of the provisional maps will be published with advice about where they can be inspected and the maps themselves will be deposited.
§ Mr. Peter M. Jackson
asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government on what date, and by what authority, the public footpath from Wood House Farm, Pocklington, to Pocklington Village, via Chapel Hill, was erased from the official copy of the draft map of the public rights-of-way for the East Riding of Yorkshire, which is deposited in Pocklington.225W
§ Mr. MacColl
By the County Council before the copy of the map was sent to Pocklington. I understand that the footpath was omitted from the draft map by mistake and the copy was amended accordingly.