Core Paths Network
As a duty of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003, all local authorities were charged with identifying a network of routes in their area which provides sufficient levels of access for their communities. This network is known as a Core Paths Network, and is presented in a Core Paths Plan. Inverclyde Council was one of the first in Scotland to formally approve their Core Paths Plan.
The Core Paths Plan and the paths network in Inverclyde are to encourage people to get out and about, be more physically active, improve their health and rely less on the car. It is about everyday trips to work, school, shops and services, as well as enjoying the outdoors for recreation. The Plan provides a framework of routes which is sufficient, as a whole, to give people reasonable access throughout Inverclyde.
The Plan is available on this website and is also available to view at the public libraries in Inverclyde. For more details or to request a copy of the Plan, please e-mail the Council's Access Officer at the address linked to on this page.
Page last updated: 14 June 2019