Permanent closures of Public Rights of Way in Powys
|DETAIL OF BYWAY/BRIDLEWAY CLOSURE||COMMENCED|
1. Monk's Trod, Elan Valley (Byway No LC296)/UH7 between its junction with the C204 Rhayader to Cwmystwyth Road near Pont ar Elan and a point about 0.75 miles (1.2 kilometres west of Claerwen Farm in Ceredigion, a distance of about 6.75 miles(10.9 kilometres) - closed to vehicles with four or more wheels - closed due to inappropriate use by vehicular traffic.
19th February 1990
2. Grwyney fawr (Restricted byway 3 and County Unclassified Road No. 0139): Rhiw Constable, Black Mountains - Between the C0080/U0141 near Penrhos, Llanelieu, Talgarth and a point adjacent to the garden wall of Grwyney fawr Reservoir in the Vale of Grwyney, a distance of about 3.4 miles (5.5. kilometres) - closed to vehicles with four or more wheels - closed due to inappropriate use by vehicular traffic.
|3rd December 1990|
3. Gap Road (Restricted byway No. 21 and County Unclassified Road No. U0549: Brecon Beacons between its junction with Bridleway No. 19 in Taf Fechan Forest near Torpantau and its junction with the private path leading to Tir-rhiw north of Cwmcynwyn, a distance of about 4 miles (6.5 kilometres) - closed to all motor vehicles (including motor cycles) - closed due to inappropriate use by vehicular traffic.
(The road is reopened to motor vehicles each year between 1st March and 31st March and between 1st September and 15th October.)
16th October 1995
(REVOCATION ORDER EFFECTIVE FROM 22nd APRIL 2013)