§ Andrew Bennett
To ask the Deputy Prime Minister what discussions he has had with the Ordnance Survey about the recording of footpaths which are not designated as(a) public rights of way on the Carneddu and (b) footpaths and bridleways on the Glyders in Snowdonia, until such time as they are registered as public rights of way under the historic paths requirement of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. 
§ Mr. McNulty
I have not had discussions with Ordnance Survey on this specific issue, however it is Ordnance Survey policy to depict all designated rights of way on the OS Explorer and OS Landranger Series when supported by confirming information from the footpath authorities. Many undesignated footpaths are also depicted on these map series where there is clear evidence for their existence on the ground.
Footpaths and bridleways to be registered as rights of way under the historic paths requirement of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 will be added to OS Explorer and OS Landranger maps following the receipt of confirming details from the footpath authorities.