|Patchetts Green Bridleways Trust|
|PG: OBJECTS: PROMOTION: Aldenham 94|
Annotated map reproduced courtesy of Googlemaps.
|Bridleway Aldenham 94 is a wonderful new creation from the Hertfordshire County Council Rural Estates Department and tenant farmer Mr Pinkerton. It became open for use in January 2012, and completed the recording process in 2015.
It runs from Church Lane, Aldenham to High Cross.
It was dedicated by the Hertfordshire County Council as part of the Wall Hall major project.
We are grateful to the Hertfordshire County Council Rural Estates department and Mr Pinkerton for agreeing to dedicate this route.
Hertfordshire County Council decided that the route had been dedicated by them as landowner at common law.
The Hertfordshire County Council (Wall Hall) Legal Event Modification Order 2015 recorded this path.
Definitive Statement (5 May 15)
Path: [Aldenham] 94. Status: Bridleway
Commences from Church Lane (public road) at TQ 1411 9856 and continuing SE on the N of the field boundary parallel to Church Lane for approx. 50m to the W boundary of the Red House at TQ 1415 9854 then continuing NE parallel to teh boundary of the Red House for approx. 80m to TQ 1420 9860. Continuing E across the field for approx. 105m, crossing Aldenham 12 FP at TQ 1443 9860. Continuing S along the E side of the driveway for approx. 100m to the N boundary of Round Bush House at TQ 1441 9851 then continuing SE for approx. 40m to join Aldenham FP 39 at TQ 1444 9850 then continuing S for approx. 30m to join the Radlett Road at TQ 1443 9847. Continuing E and N on the inside of the field boundary for approx. 360m to join High Cross (public road) at TQ 1469 9864.
Width: 7m between TQ 1411 9856 and TQ 1439 9861
7m at TQ 1439 9861 narrowing to 2m at TQ 1443 9860
2m at TQ 1443 9860 widening to 6m at TQ 1441 9851
7m between TQ 1441 9851 and TQ 1441 9851.
Limitations: British Standard field gate at TQ 1443 9847
British Standard bridle and field gate at TQ 1469 9863
British Standard staggered barriers and field gate at TQ 1439 9861.
Appears on definitive map sheet: 84.
© 2015 Patchetts Green Bridleways Trust. File reference: EC662