Dear Caerphilly County Borough Council,
I was looking on http://www.rowmaps.com/
This lists all the authorities that have digitally published their PROW maps. from that I have deduced that you have NOT.
I make this request under FOI, EIR or Inspire regulations published on the ICO website.
I would like to request the following information BUT not the data itself
1. where and how does your authority hold its public rights of way, indicate any that are used, and what that system is.
In Paper form,
In a GIS system,
In a Asset management / Highways system,
In the authorities LSG.
2. Is your data available readily to the public as opendata and published either on your own website or on data.gov.uk, if so what is its URL.
3. Have you published this on your website as an interactive map, if so what is its URL.
4. If a request was made to release it, would you release it.
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Dear Sir / Madam
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - INFORMATION REQUEST
Thank you for your request for information received on 3rd July 2017. We
have considered your request and enclose the following information -
(1) Where and how does your authority hold its public rights of way,
indicate any that are used, and what that system is?
In Paper form - Council Offices, Tredomen House, Tredomen Park, Ystrad
Mynach, Hengoed, CF82 7WF
In a GIS system - Countryside Access Management System (Exegesis)
(2) Is your data available readily to the public as opendata and published
either on your own website or on data.gov.uk, if so what is its URL?
(3) Have you published this on your website as an interactive map, if so
what is its URL?
(4) If a request was made to release it, would you release it?
Not at present
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