Welcome to the Peak District Green Lanes Alliance (PDGLA). We believe that green lanes should be for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and carriage drivers.
At present offroad 4x4s and motor bikes can legally use many green lanes, even if the surface is peat or turf and easily rutted and damaged.
Ancient byways are being destroyed by offroading throughout the Peak District, including inside the Peak District National Park.
The Peak Park and the highway authorities have the power to stop the destruction. They need support, encouragement and, where necessary, pressure from the public to help them do so.
It looks as if the Peak Park will soon be able to implement the decision it made in September last year to use a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) to stop all types of motor vehicles from using Long Causeway. The Read More…
Bradley Lane, Pilsley has been saved. It is now a bridleway. This was the finding of a second public inquiry into the BOAT claim on the lane. The second inquiry confirmed the bridleway decision first made over a year ago Read More…
The BBC East Midlands Inside Out programme is showing a short feature on off-roading in the Peak Park on Monday 3 March, 7.30. If you don’t get BBC East Midlands you can catch it on the Iplayer.
The Peak District has at last got its first Traffic Regulation Orders. PDNPA decided on 24 January to permanently exclude all types of motor vehicle from the Roych and Chapel Gate, two of the most important and most damaged green Read More…
The Peak Park consultation on its planned TRO for Leys Lane has closed. PDNPA is now analyzing the responses.