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Eliciting public preferences for managing the public rights of way

By Joe Morris, Sergio Colombo, Andrew J. Angus, K. Stacey, D. Parsons, M. Brawn and Nick Hanley

Abstract

Public Rights of Way (PROW) in England and Wales, provides a wide range of social and economic benefits to those other than owners of land. The protection and extension of PROW are an important way of encouraging people to engage in informal enjoyment of urban and rural areas, with beneficial consequences for health and welfare. In urban areas they provide networks of mobility and interaction for people at the community level, helping to reduce reliance on motorised transport. In the rural context they define access to the countryside, critically linked to recreation and tourism, as well as providing mobility networks for local residents. This study describes the use of a Choice Experiment (CE) to derive monetary estimates the social benefits of PROW in an English county.Choice Experiments, Public Rights of Way, Willingness to Pay, Land Economics/Use, Resource /Energy Economics and Policy,

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  1. (2006). The Social and Economic Benefits of Public Rights Of Way – Quantifying Value for Money Final Report, Defra Project EPES 0506/07, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs,

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