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TRO consultation: please take part

The Peak Park is consulting on a Traffic Regulation Order banning motor vehicles from Washgate, a lane on the Derbs-Staffs border. Details of the

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consultation are on the Peak Park website. The lane is being heavily used by 4x4s and motor bikes. Please take part in the consultation.

Brushfield bridleway decision

Following a public inquiry into a BOAT claim on the route between Upperdale and the hamlet ofBrushfield, the Planning Inspectorate has rejected the BOAT claim on the route and decidedit is a bridleway. There may be objections from offroaders which could trigger a second inquiry, so it is not all over yet.

Two lanes saved in Wingerworth

Martins Lane and Stockmoor Lane in Wingerworth are now bridleways. Motor vehicle rights both lanes were claimed by the Trail Riders Fellowship, the motor biking lobby, but their claimshave failed. PDGLA researches showed there were no historic public vehicle rights of way on either lane. At the same time, local residents, walkers and horse riders who had known the lane for many years were able to disprove claims made by motor bikers that they had used the lane for the 20 year period necessary under highway law to establish motor vehicle rights. Well done Wingerworth!

Off-roader assaults Peak Park Ranger

A Peak Park Ranger who saw motor vehicles illegally using Long Causeway, in breach ofthe Traffic Regulation Order banning all motor vehicles from the route, has been assaulted by one of the drivers. The Ranger was able to make a note of the registration number and reported the incident to the Police. He was assisted by local runners who had confrontedthe vehicles before the assault and by a mountain biker who had also taken photographs on her mobile phone. We arepleased to report that he was not badly hurt. We hope there will be a prosecution.

Peak Park consulting on TRO for Washgate

The Peak Park Authority has decided to consult on a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) for Washgate. This is an old pack horse route crossing the Derbyshire/Staffordshire border. We will letyou know when the public stage of the consultation process is announced. Meanwhile we will be arguing for a permanent TRO excluding motor vehicles at all times.

BBC Countryfile to feature offroading

BBC Countryfile has been filming inDerbyshire and will broadcast an item on offroading on 12 April. They filmed the Brushfield route, which starts at Upperdale, near Monsal Head. They also filmed in Wiltshire, which has more miles of Byway of Open to All Traffic than any other county.

Peak Park plans two more TROs

The Peak Park is to consult on two furtherTraffic Regulation Orders (TROs). These will be for Washgate, which straddles the Derbyshire/Staffordshire border, and Derby Lane, Monyash. We will let you know when the public consultation starts. The TROs already in place are working well. There is some illegal use, which the Police are tryingto deal with.

New legislation on off-roading in sight

The work we have been doing over the last 18 months on theDeregulation Bill has paid off. We have not got the Bill amended to protect green lanes (we never expected to achieve this). But the tactic of repeatedly tabling an amendment calling for government action, and threatening to interfere with the smooth passage of the Bill by dividing the House if we did not get it, has worked. New legislation to protect green lanes is back on the political agenda.

The government has a) acknowledged that there is a problem, b) has accepted that something must be done about it, c) has agreed to set up a motor vehicles working group to advise it, and d) has said there will be full public consultation after the group has reported.

The group will be set up ‘on completion of the passage of the Bill’. We take this to mean early this year. We pressed for this, for the group to have a limited life (18 months has been agreed), to be free to produce majority and minority reports if necessary rather than having to reach a consensus, and to include representation from the National Parks, the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the National Trails.

The working group will have an independent Chair and a secretariat organised by Defra and Natural England, ‘will contain a balance of interests across all sectors’, ‘representatives of users of rights of way’, will set its own terms of reference, and ‘will be expected to look at all the issues in the round and include assessments any economic and social benefits of the current use of unsealed roads as well as an assessment of costs and burdens’.

We have been working with the Green Lanes Protection Group (GLPG) on the Bill. PDGLA is a member of GLPG and we expect GLPG to be represented on the working group.

Bradley Lane: victory at last

After two public inquiries and ahighcourt challenge to the decision (made twice) by the Planning Inspectorate that Bradley Lane, Pilsley is a bridleway, the battle to save this lane from off-roading is finally won. Mr Justice Collins has dismissed the legal challenge from the Trail Riders Fellowship. If you see 4x4s or motor bikes using the lane please email PC Andy Wordsworth at Bakewell Police Station andrew.wordsworth.2306@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk . The twopublic inquiries were fought by PDGLA with support from Peak Horsepower and local residents.

Four years on – things to celebrate

PDGLA was set up four years ago this month. This is a roundup of successes so far.The first thing we achieved was to persuade the Peak Park to change its stance on off-roading and to start using Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs). PDNPA has now put in place TROs permanently banning vehicles from Long Causeway, The Roych, Chapel Gate and Leys Lane. In the process PDNPA withstood aggressive and in some cases highly personal campaigning from off-roading organisations. We supported each TRO, provided evidence and encouraged large numbers of people to take part in the TRO consultations. We congratulate PDNPA for its efforts and for standing its ground. We look forward to further Peak Park TROs wherever they are necessary.

We have researched, and continue to research, the historic rights of way on lanes claimed as BOATs in the Peak District. Wherever there are no historic vehicle rights we work with local residents, walkers and horse riders to see if a BOAT claim based on modern use by motor vehicles can be opposed. We fight BOAT claims wherever there is a realistic chance of defeating them at a public inquiry. There are usually two or three inquiries each year.

So far we have taken part in six inquiries, between them covering eight lanes. We lost on Jacob’s Ladder (Stoney Middleton) and on Mill Lane ( Eyam) both of which are now BOATs. But we won on Bradley Lane (Pilsley and Hassop), twice*, and on Black Harry Lane (Stoney Middleton and Grt Longstone). The Inquiry Inspector decided that both are bridleways. We succeeded in making Pretty Wood (Eyam) a dead end for 4x4s and motor bikes and we took part in the inquiry which decided that Green Lane (Bonsall and Ibble) is a bridleway. We also helped secure Blackberry Lane (Grindlow and Foolow) as a restricted byway.
Working nationally with other organisations we have got off-roading back onto the political agenda. The government is now committed to full public consultation on the use of green lanes by motor vehicles and a change in the law is has become a real prospect.
The Derbyshire Police, when we first got going, were not taking any effective action against illegal off-roading (ie off-roading on footpaths, bridleways and restricted byways). The are now committed to enforcing the Peak Park TROs and say they will prosecute offenders.
We have raised the profile of off-roading as an issue nationally and have taken part in three BBC programmes. The latest was an item on Radio 4′s You and Yours earlier this month.
Derbyshire County Council remains a problem. It is at least researching and deciding what public rights of way exist on green lanes which are neither footpath or bridleway (only two highway authorities are bothering to do this). This gives us the chance of opposing and defeating some BOAT claims. But they still flatly refuse to use their own TRO powers to stop motor vehicles using any green lane in Derbyshire, even where it is clear that there is need for one. They say they are afraid of lega

l challenges from the off-roading organisations.

We are now engaging with Staffordshire CC as well as with Derbyshire. This highway authority wrongly believed that all unclassified highways which are unsealed (ie no tarmac) have motor vehicle rights.