To consider a report of the Director of Customer Services.
Having declared an interest, Councillor K Moran did not take part when this item was considered.
Also Councillor T Chaplin did not participate in this item.
a. On the balance of probabilities there is sufficient evidence to support that the route marked with a bold black line between Points A – B – C – D – E – F – G – H – I – J – K on the plan, Treharris 31, has been used for such period so as to raise presumption that it has been dedicated as a footpath, and that the evidence has not been rebutted by other evidence.
b. On confirming (a) above to approve the making of a Definitive Map Modification Order to show it as a footpath.
c. To approve the confirmation of the Definitive Map Modification Order made as a result of (b) above provided no objections or representations are made within the prescribed period or if any objections or representations so made are withdrawn.
d. If any objections or representations are made within the prescribed period and not subsequently withdrawn then to refer the relevant Order to the Planning Inspectorate for determination.