Dear Cambridgeshire County Council,
Please would you clarify the legal status of Christ's Lane (here http://osm.org/go/0EQHfTPsU-?m= ) and Milton's Walk (here http://osm.org/go/0EQHfdD_g-?m= ) including the short section linking through to King Street.
Are both of these public rights of way? Are they public highway? What classes of vehicle are permitted or not permitted, and what Orders or other legal instruments form the basis for this? Please disclose any such instruments.
In particular, is it legal to cycle in either of these locations?
Dear Mr Earl
Re: Environmental Information Request ref 3356
Thank you for your email of 16 October 2013 in which you requested information about the status of Milton's Walk and Christ's Lane, Cambridge.
Your request will be dealt with in line with the Environmental Information Regulations 2004. In accordance with the Regulations, the Council aims to respond to all requests within 20 working days, in this instance, by 13 November 2013.
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Dear Mr Earl,
Re: Freedom of Information Request ref: 3356
I write with reference to your request of 16 October 2013 regarding the
legal status of Christ's Lane and Milton's Walk, Cambridge.
Please see our response and accompanying documents attached.
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Thank you very much for the very comprehensive reply.
(Curiously, this would seem to suggest that it is actually illegal to make use of the new bike racks installed by Cambridge City Council at the east end of Christ's Lane, as all bikes are not permitted on any of the three directions of approach, even wheeled).
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