Use for our online map system
Online Maps, is owned and operated by the Council who remains the owner of it at all times. It is subject to copyright protection. No unauthorised use must be made of the data.
Your use of this mapping facility indicates your acceptance to be bound by the terms and conditions displayed on entering the online map system. If you do not agree to be bound by these, please cease using this mapping facility as by continuing to do so you will be agreeing to be bound by them.
Highway Adoption Layers
Please note that the map is a diagrammatic representation of the Highways Register and should not be used to determine the exact limits of adoption.
The actual written Highways Register may be viewed at the address below between the office hours of 9am and 3pm Monday to Friday.
Public Rights of Way
Clicking on a path will open the definitive statement describing the characteristics of that particular public right of way. It should be noted that some of these descriptions contain information that is no longer relevant (for example, old buildings that have been demolished and named highways that have been diverted or closed). The Authority aims to update these descriptions.
The public rights of way map layer has been produced to assist you in your visits to the countryside. It is not a legal record.
For other purposes you should consult the legal record of public rights of way (the Definitive Map), which can be viewed at the address below between the office hours of 9am and 3pm Monday to Friday.
3 Knowsley Place,