Paths Greenways Bridleways Tracks
Map showing Hatfield paths
Annotated map reproduced courtesy of Googlemaps.
This path runs from the A1001 (former A1) generally southwards to Northfield (privately-maintained public road).

At the time of the BHS 2022 Access Survey (30 May 22), there were no gates were across the path and it was accessible for walkers, riders and cyclists. A set of bollards effectively blocked the route to carriage drivers. The statutory signage at each end of the path was missing.

Hatfield 36 photograph
View SE from A1001
Photo: Phil Wadey, 30 May 2022
Hatfield 36 photograph
Continuing SE along path - Bollards
Photo: Phil Wadey, 30 May 2022

Legal History
31 Dec 1977: The route was shown as a footpath on the special review draft map and statement. DM sheet SR-69. There must have been an objection as the route remained a RUPP.
2 May 2006: Restricted Byway rights were confirmed or created on this path by virtue of ss 47 and 48 Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.
3 Jun 2022: Lack of statutory signage at each end on 30 May 22 reported to Hertfordshire County Council References: 401002735816 and 401002735818.
Definitive Statement (4 Dec 2015)
Path: [Hatfield] 36.  Status: Restricted Byway.  Definitive Map sheet: 69
Commences at junction with Barnet By-pass thence S to junction with FP35 to Longmead.
Width: 10'

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