Public Rights of Way
Our service capabilities in respect of paths, trails and bridleways draw on this extensive experience from across the full spectrum of our service portfolio, from civil engineering, construction and drainage to turf establishment, landscaping and environmental conservation.
We offer a range of services to suit the individual customer and project needs, from basic maintenance, light renovations and essential drainage improvements, to comprehensive refurbishment, reinstatement and new route construction.
Public Rights of Way
Cycle ways and cycle routes
Park & Garden Pathways
Forestry Access Routes
Every project is different, with differing project objectives, stakeholder aspirations, legal obligations, financial constraints, access restrictions, and technical, geological, geographical and environmental factors to consider. The typical range of service capabilities employed across our path, trail and bridleway projects include:
Surfacing and resurfacing of all paths and bridleways with specified materials best suited for the job.
Supply and installation of ground protection grids and reinforcement panels for car parks, pathways and spectator areas.
Supply and installation of underlying reinforcement panels for various grass areas to improve durability and drainage.
To improve load distribution, structural capacity and load intensity.
Professional installation of both hardened and recycled plastic and wood edging and concrete kerbing.
Path surface topdressing with sand or rootzone to improve durability and drainage.
To retain soil or repair and improve walking paths on slopping ground or rough terrain.
Installation of piped or non-piped drainage systems to divert water and minimise weather erosion.
Pre-surfacing landscape construction to transform and enhance any ground conditions before final surface is applied.
To stabilise unstable ground and prevent collapse via planting or water diversion systems.
Conservation processes include decompaction, mulching, surface roughening, terracing and ground stabilisation systems.
To design, construct and implement accessibility methods to improve cycling and pedestrian connectivity, for transport and recreation.
To control and re-construct overgrowing areas such as roadsides, verges, path borders and planting beds.
Design and installation of access equipment for all environmental sectors.
Construction and maintenance of perimeter structures.
If you would like to view more of our projects for Paths & Bridleways, please feel free to get in touch via email, telephone or using the contact form at the bottom of this page.
Mr E Grimshaw: Duty Manager Williamson Park
Lancaster City Council