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Jouldings Lane and Ford: application to record as part byway open to all traffic and part restricted byway

Jouldings Ford with rider

Horse and rider crossing Jouldings Ford from the Berkshire side

Jouldings Ford

Approach from Jouldings Farm to Jouldings Ford on the Berkshire side

Jouldings Ford from Hampshire side

Approach to Jouldings Ford on the Hampshire side after excavation of mud

This application on behalf of the British Horse Society was made to Wokingham Borough Council and Hampshire County Council under section 53(5) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 on 8 May 2013 to modify the definitive map and statement for the county of Hampshire and for the borough of Wokingham by adding:

Download the application document summary (17MB) reduced file size (4MB).

Response to pre-order objection lodged by Taylor Wessing and Karen Jones, of counsel; stipulations on easements contained in Bramshill Estate offer for sale 1952

Second response to pre-order objection lodged by Taylor Wessing and Karen Jones, of counsel.

Endurance event using Jouldings Ford on 4 September 2011

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Status: application made on 8 May 2013 and accepted by Hampshire County Council on 6 August 2013 and recorded in its register of applications as application 1131. Accepted by Wokingham Borough Council on 31 October 2014 and recorded in its register of applications; proposed to be disposed of jointly with Hampshire.

Representations made to Secretary of State on 24 June 2016 seeking a direction under paragraph 3(2) of Schedule 14 to the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. The Secretary of State on 21 July 2017 directed Hampshire County Council and Wokingham Borough Council to determine the application by 21 March 2018.

Application referred to Hampshire County Council Regulatory Committee for determination at its meeting on 14 November 2018: resolved that authority is given for the making of a definitive map modification order to record a byway open to all traffic varying between 7.9 and 13 metres in width, on the route shown between A–B on the location map, and that authority is given for the making of a definitive map modification order to record a restricted byway varying between 7.7 and 13.7 metres in width, on the route shown between B–D on the location map. An advisory was added that the committee wished Wokingham Borough Council to make a traffic regulation order for A–B to prohibit use by motor vehicles.

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