Public Rights of Way
Under the Access to the Countryside (NI) Order 1983, all councils in Northern Ireland have a duty to “assert, protect, keep open and free from obstruction any public right of way".
There are a number of investigations currently being carried out across the Borough. In line with Councils policy, investigating officers welcome the submission of any relevant information or evidence as part of these investigations.
To submit evidence please download the Investigation Evidence Form and complete in as much information as possible before returning to the Outdoor Recreation team.
If you are submitting additional documents as part of this evidence, please also download and complete the Documentary Evidence form detailing all the documents you are submitting.
If you have difficulty downloading or completing any of the attached forms, please contact the Outdoor Recreation team.
Path adjacent to 6 Island Park, Greenisland, Carrickfergus BT38 8TW
Deadline for submission of evidence 19 February 2021
Map of path being investigated (click on image to open a larger view in a new tab):
For more information or to return completed forms, you can contact Parks & Open Spaces at
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
Parks and Open Spaces
Museum and Civic Centre
11 Antrim Street
T: 028 9335 8271
- Investigation Evidence Form (pdf 115 KB)
- Documentary Evidence Form (pdf 49 KB)
- Mid and East Antrim Borough Council - Public Right of Way Policy (pdf 916 KB)