Building fence on boundary line

"A highway used by vehicular traffic does not limit itself to motorised vehicles, nor should it be open to all forms of vehicles. As this footpath is open to pedestrians and cyclists it would still fall within the definition of ‘A highway used by vehicular traffic’."

You could just check that the footpath is in fact designated for cycling as well as pedestrians. I don't think there is a general right for cyclists to use paths and pavements?

Any ideas how I can determine whether the footpath is designated for cyclists?
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You need to be clear that you understand what an application for CLD actually is.

It is not an application for permission, but is an assessment on whether what you propose is lawful.

Fundamentally, its up to you to supply all the facts and information and that gets checked. It's not the other way around in that you question the law on planning and highways.

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