Property plans for footpath in Harrington

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Dear Cumbria County Council,

As part of some research, I am looking for detailed property plans of the section of footpath/cycleway in Harrington, the footpath which runs from the A597 through to Rose Hill, including the bridge over Archer Street. In particular I am looking for documentation that still exists from the time the land was sold by British Rail, in particular documentation and drawings showing the land sold, and showing any assets sold with the land (eg assets, bridges etc).

The area in question is from A597 through to Rose Hill, inclusive, including the Archer Street bridge.

I hope you might be able to assist, many thanks in anticipation of your time.

Yours faithfully,

Daniel Hanson

Information Governance, Cumbria County Council

Dear Mr Hanson

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000

REFERENCE: FOI 2016-0387

 

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footpath in Harrington, which was received on 06 April 2016.

 

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