Norfolk coastal path opened

Walkers can now enjoy some 41 kilometres of coastline between Sea Palling and Weybourne in Norfolk following the opening of this stretch of the England Coast Path and crucially also including the ability to ‘roll back’ if land erodes or slips, enabling a replacement route to be put in place quickly.

Planning Portal writes:
The public has been given new rights of access to foreshore, beaches, dunes and cliffs; including areas where everyone can rest, relax and admire the view.

Crucially, the path will now be able to ‘roll back’ if land erodes or slips, enabling a replacement route to be put in place quickly if necessary. This solves longstanding difficulties with maintaining a continuous route along the coast. 

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